01 October 2008
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New website and email address

Henry Pels, the machine tool engineering company based in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, has launched a new website - www.henrypels.com - and has a new email address - info@henrypels.com.

Chris Tauchert, Henry Pels, reports that the company has been supplying to the high-quality assembly production and fabrication industry sectors in the United Kingdom for over 35 years. "The range of products and services includes the Bodmer AG cold-forming and Taumel orbital riveting machines, benches, head units, and CNC machines, with a full range of special attachments and tooling. Customer riveting trials also are offered."

Also available are the M. Foehrenbach range of precision slideways and CNC positioning rotary tables, Henry Pels' own design of spares and consumables for sheet metal nibbling machines, presses, and service and training.

Henry Pels will be exhibiting at the Fastening & Assembly Solutions Show, National Motorcycle Museum, 23 October.

Paul Gay

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