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AWI strengthens Black Country firm’s long-term future

Alloy Wire International (AWI)’s senior management team, comprising Managing Director Tom Mander, Technical Director Andrew Du Plessis and Finance Director Adam Shaw, has purchased...

Bill Graham retires from AWI

Alloy Wire International’s growth has decided to call it a day after clocking up more than five decades of service.

AWI promotes Tom Mander to Managing Director

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has promoted Tom Mander to Managing Director after being with the company for more than 17 years.

AWI overcomes challenges to post European sales boost

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has seen orders soar to nearly a third of its predicted £13m annual turnover, with the firm’s commitment to short lead times and security of supply securing a string of new clients.

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...

AWI celebrates 75 years in business with £1m investment

Alloy Wire International (AWI) is celebrating 75 years of manufacturing in 2021 and has plans in place to take sales past pre-Covid-19 levels to GBP 12M by the end of the year.

AWI appoints Gürfil San to grow its Turkish business

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has appointed Gürfil San.Ve Elek.Cih.Paz.A.S to help it grow its Turkish business by 20% over the next twelve months.

AWI steps forward to help in ventilator production

Wire manufactured in the West Midlands is helping support the UK’s unprecedented drive to build more ventilators. Alloy Wire

AWI sees a 10% surge in orders for its specialist wire

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has seen a 10% surge in orders for its specialist wire, which is being used within components for the sector and critical seals and springs found in many of the reactors.

AWI acquires single and multi-block drawing machines

Alloy Wire International, which employs 31 people across manufacturing sites in the Black Country and Yorkshire, broke through the £11m barrier in 2018 and immediately pushed the button on the acquisition of 560 mm single block and 200 mm multi-block drawing machines.