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Praise for Manthorpe Fabrication skills from major customer

We have received an important order for five Rolls-Royce Trent 800 engine stands. Manufacture is now well underway with the first assembly being due for delivery in October followed on by one a month...Read Full Story

Praise for Manthorpe Fabrication skills from major customer

2017 Apprentice Intake

Manthorpe are delighted to welcome Kiale McHenry and Curt Abbott as the latest recruits to embark on our engineering apprenticeship scheme. It’s fourteen years since the Manthorpe...Read Full Story

2017 Apprentice Intake

Manthorpe secures contract with aerospace giant.

A contract to manufacture a significant number of metallic casings with a sales value of over £750,000 has been secured by Manthorpe Engineering. One of the enabling factors for this success is...Read Full Story

Manthorpe secures contract with aerospace giant.

Manthorpe Site Development

We are proud to unveil our newest plans for site development in line with our continued goal of investment in the future of the Manthorpe Group. The new expansion will include a 50,000 square foot...Read Full Story

Manthorpe Site Development

Manthorpe at Farnborough International Airshow 2016

Manthorpe at Farnborough International Airshow 2016 – Bigger and better than ever before We are pleased to announce our presence at Farnborough International Airshow 2016. The event, taking...Read Full Story

Manthorpe at Farnborough International Airshow 2016

Manthorpe Apprentice Graduation

The latest generation of Manthorpe engineers have celebrated completing their apprenticeships at a prestigious ceremony at Derby College’s historic Roundhouse venue. Jake Nightingale, Jordan...Read Full Story

Manthorpe Apprentice Graduation

Ready For Civil Nuclear

Manthorpe Engineering has taken another big step in adding civil nuclear to its core of operating industries with a successful assessment by Fit for Nuclear (F4N) assessors from the Nuclear Advanced...Read Full Story

Ready For Civil Nuclear

When Chocolate Meets Engineering

When you need to store over 540 tonnes of liquid chocolate, you need some serious engineering – seven precision fabricated vessels, each nearly eight metres long and weighing over 11 tonnes....Read Full Story

When Chocolate Meets Engineering