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Fabricating A Future

RCM announced the latest addition to their already successful operations – a new Sigma SCM Impact 90 Beam saw and a new Palamatic mechanical lifting device, both installed at RCM’s main fabrication unit. 

Continuous investment has seen RCM grow their capabilities and their reputation as a reliable supplier resulting in an ever growing customer and project base.

As well as RCM’s complete through wall solutions and building board offerings, their growing facades division has equally bolstered business.

Today, RCM are delighted to announce the latest addition to their already successful operations – a new Sigma SCM Impact 90 Beam saw and a new Palamatic mechanical lifting device, both installed at RCM’s main fabrication unit.

The new Sigma SCM Impact 90 Beam saw, as well as the Palamatic mechanical lift device have allowed RCM to double their fabrication capacity overnight.

The highly-efficient panel saw with its 90mm saw blade projection, as well as the Palamatic mechanical lifting device ensures a safer operation for both people and materials.

Further, as the saw is specified with a laser line, RCM are even able to offer cutting custom decorative print and raked panels for their customers. These extra capabilities are also sure to encourage additional enquiries in due time.

In order to keep up with the demand for supply and fabrication of facades in particular, RCM have not just invested in new machinery but have also hosted a special recruitment drive, increasing their workforce in order to successfully handle new projects and opportunities in the future.

Ian Quinton, Managing Director RCM, said, “Once again RCM are in a good position to offer our customers a highly efficient service by increasing our ability to fabricate even more boards and facades than ever before. Our recent successful recruitment drive has also benefitted RCM by adding extra staff, who are highly experienced in their respective roles.  As our business grows, we look forward to an exciting future ahead.” 

 

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