January 2010 - Plans are in place to visit Chile & Peru - more news in February.
November 2009 - Visit made to important new customer in France.
September 2009 - Bri-Mac exhibit at "PERUMIN" - the largest Mining exhibition in Peru.
April 2009 - Bri-Mac will be attending the "Hannover messe" exhibition from 20 to 24 April to market their new range of steel bearing housings.
April 2009 - Bernard GRANDGUILLOTTE visits Bri-Mac.
March 2009 - Bri-Mac plan to visit Brazil to explore this new and exciting market.
January 2009 - Bri-Mac open a new sales office in France.
Our new French sales agent is Bernard GRANDGUILLOTTE :
December 2008 - Bri-Mac visited France.
Paul McCairn visited Lyon, France to exhibit at Pollutec 2008. The exhibition was very successful as we found new customers in the environnemental industries such as metal re-cycling.
November 2008 - New French student joins the team to expand our sales in France and communicate with our French customers.
February 2008 - Bri-Mac visit Istanbul, Turkey to meet important customer.
February 2008 - Bri-Mac visit Berlin, Germany to meet important customer.
February 2008 - Bri-Mac visit Madrid, Spain to discuss future bearing housing supply with important distributor.
November 2007 - Bri-Mac attend Bearing Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.
October 2007 - New Sales Office in Czech Republic.
We are proud to announce that we have appointed VK LOZISKA as our exclusive agents for the Czech Republic & Slovakia. "This important area of Europe is growing fast, and by having a presence in this market, we will be in a great position to grow our bearing housing sales. With the emergence of neighbouring countries like Hungary, Poland & Ukraine we intend to be the leading bearing housing provider for many years to come" said Paul McCairn.
May 2007 - Bri-Mac visit Austria.
Paul McCairn visited WTR in Austria to make plans to appoint them as Bri-Mac's sales agents for Austria. More news soon.
April 2007 - Links with Lithuania.
Bri-Mac have purchased a new machining centre from Lithuania. We have signed a contract to purchase a large Twin Pallet Machining Centre. This machine will add greatly to our current capacity. Paul McCairn has strengthened Bri-Mac's contact with the Baltic States by visiting Vilnius. "Lithuania offers massive potential, not only as a customer market but also as a supplier base. We are in discussions with a company in Vilnius who are interested in acting as our sales office for this exciting corner of Europe".
March & April 2007 - New Factory.
Bri-Mac have moved to a NEW purpose built design & production facility. Production commenced on 16 April 2007. We have more space to improve and increase our existing capacity. We will have an excellent Inspection area and spacious offices. We are very close to our main cast iron and bronze foundry. These close links will help in our eagerness to offer the complete purchasing package - and help to further enhance our standing as the leading Bearing Housing manufacturer in Europe.
February 2007 - New Bearing Series for Bri-Mac.
New ! Bri-Mac are proud to announce that special hardened and ground bearing sleeves to suit water-cooled bearing housings have been mass produced in February.
January 2007 - Bri-Mac strike Gold !
The Bri-Mac team have just completed work on a project for an African Gold Mine. The existing bearing housing assembly on winding machinery needed replacing. "My team quickly looked at the requirement, and offered a very attractive price to design and manufacture new Split End Covers and Lab Seals", said Paul McCairn, MD. "We looked after the complete project - from initial design, through material sourcing, pattern design, machining & delivery to site".
January 2007 - New Bearing Modification Service.
will soon be offering an extensive range of bearing modifications.
Adaptor Sleeves - Withdrawal Sleeves - Hydraulic Nuts.
New production by Bri-Mac in 2008.
December 2006 - New Manufacturing Base.
Bri-Mac plan to move into a NEW purpose built bearing housing production facility which will further increase its manufacturing capacity and flexibility ... ... click back for more news very soon.
November 2006 - Bri-Mac visit France.
In an attempt to see many customers in one location, Paul McCairn visited the Pollutec Exhibition in Lyon on 28-30 November. "The metals recycling sector is an important market for Bri-Mac and it was great to see so many of our customers. Wind turbines also use large bearing housings, and I had time to look at opportunities that exist in this growing market",
November 2006 - Bri-Mac visit to Ireland.
Bri-Mac recently visited its varied bearing housing customer base in Ireland. We have a good mix of customers serving a wide portfolio of engineering disciplines and the 5 day visit was very worthwhile.
October 2006 - Bri-Mac production in Turkey.
Bri-Mac have successfully started production in Turkey. "After considerable research, we are now producing machined parts in such materials as Cast Iron, SG Iron, Cast Steel & Stainless Steel. This is excellent news for Bri-Mac. Turkey is ideally located to service our Middle Eastern customer base and our first shipments have been of the highest quality. Our casting and machining facilities in Turkey will help us to offer our customers a more competitively priced product and help us to open up new markets" Paul McCairn commented on his return to the UK.
September 2006 - Bri-Mac in Poland.
Paul McCairn, 2nd left, dines with customers from Germany, USA and Greece.
During a busy period, Paul McCairn also visited Warsaw to attend a Bearing Conference which enabled him to personally meet up to 35 customers. "Nothing beats meeting your customers face to face. I had quality time with many customers who we have supplied bearing housings to on a regular basis - on a global scale".
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December 2005 - New MWTF Board Member.
Paul McCairn is invited onto the board of the Midlands World Trade Forum. "I am delighted to be parts of the MWTF at board level. I joined the MWTF two years ago, and the help and encouragement I received pushed my company into believing that exports is not only important for the growth of any business, but is also exciting and rewarding. I owe the MWTF for the help they have given Bri-Mac - and hopefully I can return the gesture by structuring future strategy to help other SME's in their persuit of invaluable overseas business".
November 2005 - Bri-Mac in China.
Realising the importance of adding value to their product line, Bri-Mac visited Changzhou in China to increase its global sourcing operation. "We have been successful in locating good quality SG Iron castings from an established foundry - we hope to create a long lasting relationship with our new Chinese partner"
Paul McCairn commented during his 7 day visit.
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