September Spotlight: Charlie Walford – Office Administrator

Charlie Walford joined the UKF Group team in January 2018 on a Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship in Business and Administration. Charlie plays a pivotal role in the day-to-day operations of The Joint Perforating Company. As Office Administrator, he is responsible for: processing orders; checking stock levels; raising work orders; and regularly updating customers on their orders.

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Jemma Griffiths as the Business Development – Laser Products.

Jemma Griffiths joins our growing Commercial Team as the Business Development – Laser Products. By appointing Jemma, we plan to strengthen our position as the first port of call for businesses in the market for Non-Ferrous Tube Laser Cutting.

Richard Ewen rejoins UKF Group as the Senior Manufacturing Engineer

We’re excited to welcome back Richard Ewen as the Senior Manufacturing Engineer for the Group. Richard returns to the UKF Group as we double down on our efforts to provide unrivalled service to our customers.

16 Amazing Uses For Stainless Steel Wire Wool

Whether you keep it in your garage, under a sink or in a toolbox, we all have some wire wool lying around somewhere. It has proven to be a versatile and handy item with some surprising applications. To show how diverse it can be, we've put together a list of our favourite uses for Stainless Steel Wire Wool.

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Ferrari Stainless’ Kate Armstrong overwhelmed by fundraising success

With an initial fundraising target of £50, Sales Executive Kate Armstrong signed up for Cancer Research’s Race for Life 5k to do her part in the fight against cancer. Little did she know that with a month to spare before the event, she would already have smashed her target tenfold!   When asked what motivated... Continue Reading →

UKF Group’s Simon Greenhill Looks Back To When He Ran The London Marathon For The Get A-Head Charitable Trust

It's been a year since UKF’s Group Managing Director tackled the London Marathon in aid of the Get-A-Head Charitable Trust. But it was no mere walk in the park, the journey was a long and treacherous one, which saw Simon face a series of obstacles before he even arrived in London.

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