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2 minute read - 22nd May 2024

Record growth for aero component manufacturer with orders in excess of £30m

ANT Industries, a precision engineering firm headquartered in Atherstone, Warwickshire, is celebrating a year of record growth, announcing orders in excess of £30m won over the next three years.

With a robust balance sheet in 2023, now bolstered by multi-million pound orders already secured for 2025 and 2026, the company is poised for continued expansion and success in the years to come.

Specialising in the manufacturing of components for aerospace and gas turbine engines, one of ANT’s strengths lies in its global reach, with 72% of its products exported to international markets. Leveraging its state-of-the-art CNC machine shop, the company manufactures a diverse range of engine rings, casings, and prismatic parts for aerospace customers including Eaton Aerospace, Rolls Royce, and ITP – with a five-year order load secured from these clients.

Aerospace component manufacturer ANT Industries has seen record growth after securing orders in excess of £30m / Picture: ANT Industries

Shaun Rowley, managing director, ANT Industries, said: “We are immensely proud of the strides we have made as a company. Our success is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our talented team, as well as our unwavering commitment to excellence in everything we do.”

Over the past 18 months, the company has invested heavily in new large 5-axis machines, including a HAAS UMC 1000SS machine and an ANCA FX5 Linear, with additional investments slated for arrival in Q2 2024 through The Engineering Technology Group. These state-of-the-art machines will further enhance ANT Industries’ manufacturing capabilities, enabling the company to meet the evolving needs of its customers with precision and efficiency.

ANT Industries says it prides itself on its commitment to nurturing talent and fostering diversity within its long-serving workforce. With a team growing, the firm has seen success in hiring both young engineers and in also attracting more women to consider a career in the manufacturing industry.

“As we reflect on our achievements over the past year, we remain steadfast in our commitment to driving innovation, delivering exceptional quality, and exceeding the expectations of our customers,” concludes Rowley. “With the continued dedication of our team and our unwavering focus on excellence, we are confident that ANT Industries will continue to thrive and lead the way in precision engineering for years to come.”

ANT Industries managing director Shaun Rowley / Picture: ANT Industries

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