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Brandauer’s 50-year history of Aluminium Cable Clips, from invention to acquisition

This is Brandauer’s 50th year of manufacturing the original self-adhesive cable clip, an invention that has benefited customers spanning domestic building, construction, and industrial applications ...

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Key supplier case study: Auric Metal Finishers

As the complex needs for metal stamped components, often to micron tolerances, also requires the same level of detail and precision during the finishing phase, ...

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Brandauer seal £500k+ funding to charge new lamination technology

A leading metal pressings specialist has secured more than £500,000 of funding to help it develop new thin gauge laminates for use in an exciting ...

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No one of us is better than all of us – Networking and collaboration

It perhaps goes without saying, but no business achieves success all off its own back. Key partnerships, networks and collaboration are often the keys to ...

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Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part four

This final instalment looks at the lessons Brandauer has learnt after embarking on game-changing projects in the field of electrification and how those teachings have ...

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Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part three

Copper has been a crucial material in the automotive industry for some time, but the electrification of vehicles is putting more emphasis on the material’s ...

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Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part two

As the plans for electrically powered vehicles ploughs on and signals the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040, there ...

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Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part one

Whilst a hot topic in manufacturing today, electrification is by no means a new trend. Much like Brandauer, its story starts in the 1800s.

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Brandauer on Sky News

Brandauer manufactures electrodes used in 55% of all cars being sold – CEO Rowan Crozier talked to Ed Conway about why the Super Deduction Tax ...

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Take a tour of the facility in this new video showcase

Take an in-depth tour of the Brandauer facility in this informative video capturing capability, capacity, and added-value service wrapped up in over 6 minutes of ...

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The need for power press speed

There’s nothing quite like witnessing a high-speed power press. A feat of engineering that marries a number of advanced stamping disciplines together for the ultimate ...

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‘Apprentice Power’ helps Brandauer secure £500,000 ‘nose clip’ reshoring opportunity

The power of young minds has played a key role in the launch of a new modular tooling approach that is enabling the rapid development ...

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New engineering consultancy service puts Brandauer on track for £2m rail opportunity

Brandauer is targeting over £2m of new opportunities in the rail sector after it launched a new engineering consultancy service.

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COVID-19 | Company Updates

Information in relation to COVID-19 for customers and suppliers.

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Manufacturing is coming home

Rowan Crozier, CEO of Brandauer, explores why the UK needs to be brave and bold when it comes to making the most of a growing ...

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It’s all about the micron as Brandauer set to play key role in £500,000 new electric machine project

The ability to deliver motor laminations thinner than a piece of paper has helped Brandauer become part of an exciting new £500,000 project.

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£500,000 funding boost allows Brandauer to motor forward with cleaner transport technology

Brandauer has been selected to be part of a new consortium led by tech company Saietta, which has won an Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) grant ...

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Brandauer stamps its presence in electrification laminations with £1m project

Brandauer, which already produces components for use in more than half of the world’s cars, has secured over £300,000 of funding from the Industrial Strategy ...

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