West Midlands forge invests in vertical boring machine

Somers Forge, based in Halesowen, West Midlands, has invested over £1m on a new vertical boring machine.

This investment has been made after the company’s continued success in the marine sector. The investment will increase machining capabilities and capacity.

By adding this machine to its range of lathes, it will allow Somers Forge to continue to exceed in producing quality finished machined components.

After a three-month building process, the new CNC vertical borer is up and running and with the capability to machine diameters up to 2510mm, As well as bringing Somers a new grinding capability.

Somers Forge is a leading open die forge, suppling items from black forgings to critical finished components across sectors including nuclear.

Somers Forge

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