A gold-level solution provider in sheet metal components and assemblies.
Byrne-Mech are experts in the design, prototyping, manufacture and validation of sheet metal components and assemblies for a wide range of customers across various industrial sectors in Ireland, UK, Europe and beyond.
Aerospace, automotive, construction & mining, custom engineering, data & electrical, utilities.
To be a total solution provider, in the design and manufacture of sheet metal products for our customers, to a quality level and service that exceeds their expectations, at a price which allows them to maximise market share.
Since its foundation Byrne-Mech has expanded to a 55,000 sq. ft. facility gaining ISO9001 (1988), ITB Supplier of the Year (1989), Awarded Gold-Star supplier status (2005), IQNET Award of Distinction (2017) and a €1M Capital Equipment Investment (2018) along the way.
100 highly skilled staff in a 55,000 sq ft premises
Ship-to-Stock, Ship-to-Line (KANBAN) and alternative logistical solutions
Engineering Resources dedicated to Collaborative Engineering per Customer to identify Cost Savings to the Customer
Dedicated Manufacturing Cells per customer
Our commitment to quality has resulted in us being certified to ISO 9001: 2015 and awarded “Gold Standard Supplier” level for high quality, high precision components, assemblies and fabrications to leading manufacturers.
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