Serious Engineering’s Core Market Sectors: Part 1

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At Serious Engineering we focus on 6 main core markets of the Engineering industry.  These are:

    1. Oil and Gas, Subsea and Petrochemical.
    2. Mail Processing, Trolleys & Wheeled Equipment.
    3. Mechanical Handling & Automated Process Control.
    4. Transport – Road, Rail, Air, Sea.
    5. OEMs & Bespoke Fabrication Solutions.
    6. Energy, The Environment & Power Distribution.

In part 1 (this blog) we will be looking at the work which Serious Engineering contributes to the first 3 core market sectors. Part 2 will be posted on Wednesday about the last 3 core market sectors.

Oil and Gas, Subsea and Petrochemical.
With experience in the requirement of estimating and manufacturing in these industries we are able to offer offshore and subsea engineering solutions for the oil and gas, offshore and petrochemical industries. With extensive experience of working to recognised specifications such as Norsok, DNV and Lloyds. We are familiar with and can offer all certification, traceability and testing requirements that may be a prerequisite to supply, such as lifting (load) tests, NDT and weld inspection techniques.

Mail Processing, Trolleys & Wheeled Equipment.
We know that the sheer variety of trolleys and wheeled equipment requested by hundreds of different sectors, makes this range of products incredibly bespoke.

All of the trolleys and wheeled equipment developed and manufactured here at Serious Engineering are designed with strength, manoeuvrability and longevity in mind.

Mechanical Handling & Automated Process Control.
We take satisfaction in our ability to manufacture a total solution for our customers, whether it is mechanical handling fabrications or a fully automated control system, built to specification, we have the experience and understanding to offer the right solution to our clients.

We can offer a high quality and robust range of bespoke handling fabrications and equipment, manufactured and assembled to your own specifications, or our in-house design team can design a solution that suits your own unique needs and requirements. All manufactured by ourselves here in the UK.

Part 2 of this blog will be posted on Wednesday 1st February 2017.