Castings plc

Castings (LON:CGS)

https://castings.plc.uk/

Thursday 18th November at 12pm

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3216347401794/WN_l7l7hE0ITUSUOZFQ8bsrYA

Adam Vicary, CEO, and Steve Mant, will provide an introduction to Castings Plc and update on the company’s performance following the publication of HY results on the 12th November.


Castings plc is a market leading iron casting and machining group based in the UK, supplying both the domestic and export markets.

The original foundry operation dates back to 1835 and today the group comprises of three trading businesses, employing over 1,000 people in the UK.

The group operates two iron foundries – Castings P.L.C. (Brownhills, West Midlands) and William Lee Limited (Dronfield, Derbyshire) – together with the CNC Speedwell Limited machining operation which is also based in Brownhills.

The group produces Ductile iron, SG iron, Austempered ductile iron (ADI), SiMo and Ni-resist castings up to 45kg in weight. Our four Disamatic moulding machines and three horizontal green sand moulding machines provide a foundry capacity of 70,000 tonnes per annum.

The machining operation is invested to support the capacity requirements of the foundry customer base and also to expand general machining in alternative materials.

Adam Vicary, CEO

Adam joined the company in September 2010 as joint managing director and was appointed to the main board in April 2012. He became chief executive on 31 March 2017.

Steve Mant, CFO

Steve joined the company in June 2010 and was appointed company secretary and finance director on 1 November 2010. Prior to joining the company he had been working for BDO LLP specialising in manufacturing, international and listed companies.

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