Stokes & Rowe marks 10th year with rebrand to Accuturn
Norfolk based CNC machining specialist Stokes & Rowe have celebrated their 10th year in business this summer and as part of their long term investment and growth plans have rebranded to become Accuturn, CNC turning and milling specialists.
The company is celebrating 10 years in business this year and has been through a business planning process outlining future growth plans. 2018 has seen Directors, Nicola and Robert Stokes invest in new CNC Milling capability, gain ISO9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 standards, hire their first Mechanical Engineering apprentice and now rebrand the business as part of their strategy for growth.
Director, Nicola Stokes said “We are investing in the future of our business to enable our expansion within our customer base in the automotive, motorsport, construction, water filtration and medical sectors.
Given the current skills shortage in the engineering sector we recognise the need for investment in skills and training as a key part of our growth and so are working closely with Harlow College and their new Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Centre (HAMEC) on developing their programmes.
Achieving the ISO 9001:2015 Quality and ISO 14001:2015 Environmental standards this year has been recognition of the quality procedures and workmanship that we put into all our contracts and will support the business as we grow.”