AWI invest £500,000 in a new warehouse in Black Country

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has set its sights on future growth after it announced work had begun on a new warehouse in the Black Country.
The UK’s leading manufacturer of round, flat and profile wire is spending over £500,000 into the construction of a dedicated 2880 square foot space alongside its existing Narrowboat Way factory.
Designed to help the firm meet increasing global customer demand for its material, the investment includes the doubling of electrical capacity with an application submitted to increase input to allow for the installation of more machines and a new furnace.
It will also mean AWI can hold up to 400 tonnes of stock when the expansion is completed in June and this safeguards the security of supply to its clients for the foreseeable future.
Alloy Wire International manufactures round, flat and profile wire in over 60 Exotic alloys, such as Inconel, Monel, Hastelloy, Nimonic and Rene 41.
The company’s founding principles of ‘manufacturing quality, delivering reliability’ have stood the test of time and remain a crucial part of how it deals with its 5000-strong global client base.

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