Procter acquires Nelsa machine guards business
Procter Machine Guarding has acquired the Nelsa machine guards business of Rockwell Automation, Inc. Nelsa machine guards have long had a reputation for high quality and reliability, with the product range including lathe guards, milling machine guards, drill guards, grinding wheel protective screens and chip guards.
Jeremy Procter, the Managing Director of Procter Machine Guarding, comments: "Having manufactured and supplied the Nelsa guard range under a contract manufacturing license for the last five years, I am delighted to have concluded the deal with Rockwell Automation. I look forward to supplying customers direct, growing the business into new international markets, offering existing and new customers a first-class service, and expanding the product range."
Standard Nelsa guards are available to fit most workshop machinery currently in use, and Procter Machine Guarding also has the expertise and facilities in-house to design and manufacture guards for other machinery, either by modifying existing Nelsa guards or by designing new guards from scratch. Most standard designs are available for delivery from stock, and non-stocked items can be delivered rapidly thanks to Procter's flexible manufacturing facility in the UK. Standard Nelsa guards are extremely competitively priced and bespoke guards are also very cost-effective. Overseas distributors are being sought to help speed delivery to customers around the world.
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