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Oct. 2, 2013

Future Metals Relocates, Expands Operations in England
 
Future Metals UK will relocate and expand its metals service center in England. Located in Milton Keynes, the new facility boasts increased warehousing space and additional capacity for value-added processing.

"We simply outgrew our old facility in Harlow,” says Rob Smith, Future Metals UK division manager. “Since our move there from Southampton in 2008, our business has grown so significantly that it made our previous location obsolete. Our customers require additional processing capacity for cut- to-length tubes, extrusions and bars, as well as sheet shearing and PVC coating."

The new facility has almost double the capacity compared to the company’s previous space, and is located closer to key customers and transportation hubs in England.

Future Metals UK is an affiliate of Tamarac, Fla.-based Future Metals LLC, which operates nine facilities in North America, Europe and Singapore. Future Metals is part of the Marmon Group.


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