13 November 2019
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Lee Spring acquires Longcroft Engineering

Lee Spring has acquired Longcroft Engineering, a manufacturer of custom springs operating in Todmorden, Lancashire, to better serve the UK and Europe.

“The acquisition of Longcroft Engineering expands our capabilities to support continued growth within the UK and across the greater European market,” said Steve Kempf, CEO of Lee Spring. “Longcroft Engineering has been a key strategic partner of Lee Spring for many years, with a complementary skill set that is a natural fit for the enhancement of our global operations. They are a talented team with broad spring manufacturing experience and particular expertise in short-run prototyping of complex springs made from both wire as well as flat materials.”

Author
Tom Austin-Morgan

Related Websites

http://www.leespring.co.uk
http://www.longcroftengineering.co.uk

Related Companies

Lee Spring Ltd
Longcroft Engineering

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