Craven Fawcett Ltd. | B5, 08

Machinery and spare parts for the heavy clay ceramics industry

Established in 1843 and part of Group Rhodes, Craven Fawcett Ltd. is a UK supplier of clayworking machinery and spare parts to the heavy clay ceramics industry.

In December 2017, Craven Fawcett moved to a new operational site along with two other companies within the group, although it is still based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The new production facility is a 4 250 m² double-bay manufacturing site with a lifting capacity up to 60 t together with multiple-access doors to front and rear. Office staff are located on the first floor of a separate nearby office building.

A full range of heavy-duty clay preparation and extrusion machinery is available together with a complete range of spare parts, consignment stock and a service team of qualified engineers to install and maintain the equipment to the highest standards.

www.cravenfawcett.com

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