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Evenort Ltd Acquires Alexander Comley


Published Jul 27, 2017
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Evenort Ltd CEO, Craig McKay (photo: Evenort Ltd)

Evenort Ltd, the Sheffield based precision engineering company announced it has acquired Alexander Comley, the midlands-based manufacturer of large flanged products. The purchase will better serve the existing customer base across the UK and internationally by allowing the newly formed group to offer a single source for all products.

Over recent years, Evenort’s guiding Kaizen, Core Values have taken the company onwards and upwards. The continued success culminated with CEO Craig McKay installed as the prestigious 2015-2016, 377th Master Cutler whose core role is to act as ambassador, representing the City’s wider technology and manufacturing interests. Sheffield has a long held tradition for metallurgy and steel making, with the Cutler Company founded in 1624, its first Master Cutler, Robert Sorby. At 45, Mr. McKay was one of the youngest to hold such an illustrious posting.

Alexander Comley’s diversification into tubesheets for heat exchanges, filter plates for the filtration/separation industries with significant, GBP 500,000 investments in machinery provides a synergy for both companies that mean they are similar, yet different enough to complement one another. Glen McKay, Evenort MD, says, “We maintain a long term vision and strive to meet all challenges with the courage and creativity needed to realise that vision.”

Craig McKay, Evenort CEO, comments, “Continuing the values on which Evenort is ran, the opportunity to acquire such a historic name from the British steel industry is one we feel will be of benefit to both existing and future customers. Alexander Comley and Evenort will, over the coming months, form a group which will continue to evolve the ‘can do – will do’ approach our customers have come to expect. Very exciting times lie ahead for us all.”

Tags: Alexander Comley, Evenort Ltd




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