New investment and staff at Berwick engineering firm

Berwick engineering firm, James H Wood Ltd, has invested in new machinery so it can expand its services.

Tuesday, 23rd April 2019, 08:54 am
Cameron Bruce

The machines improve the workshop’s ability to restore and repair tools that require multiple axis machining or drill sharpening.

Cameron Bruce has also been welcomed on board as engineering coordinator to help streamline and logistically manage all the engineering activities at the firm.

At the start of his career, Cameron served his time as an auto electrical engineer with local company, Auto Injection, before moving on to study offshore and marine engineering, becoming chief mechanical engineer on board one of the world’s biggest ultra-deep-water drilling rigs.

Providing a full range of skills across wide-ranging sectors of engineering in the region is a priority for James H Wood, where a dedicated staff of engineers create bespoke solutions for both simple and complex requirements.

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Whether this demands unique fabrication, the production of precision-machined parts, or straight-forward component replacement or repairs, JH Wood fulfils a host of engineering needs.

Increasingly, JH Wood has been involved in the process of designing and developing specific engineering projects for clients, helping to deliver solutions for innovative applications.

General manager Matthew Rawlings said: “The company has always been about providing a full and rounded service across engineering sectors to satisfy a variety of different needs. These new machines help us meet a number of common demands while the expansion of the capabilities of the workshop will mean easier and quicker repairs or restorations to tools that often require maintenance. This will mean we can provide an even better service to more customers than before.”

For more information on J H Wood Ltd visit or call 01289 306181.