Aluminium & Plastic Extrusion Supplier & Stockholder
Since 1999, we have been helping businesses grow, solve complex supply chain problems and specialise complete turnkey solutions for:
We are positioned for growth and ready to put our financial strength, physical space, technical knowledge, research & design capability and logistical network to work on any supply challenges our customer's face.
Helping Solve Supply Chain Pain Since 1999
"This is the fourth time they've delivered late this month?!"
Our high on-time rate is accredited to our in house supply chain team, who tightly manage your delivery, allowing minimal waiting time when you need it most.
"Where will we store 5000m of material?"
We flexibly stock your parts in our warehouse & scale to support your business as it grows.
"We're spending way too much on transport"
Our central location works in our favour, allowing us to efficiently, quickly, and without the large expense, deliver your good to you.
"Sorry, the lead time is five weeks"
Our strong financial position, combined with our healthy relationship with suppliers permits us to pull of industry-beating lead times that you will not find elsewhere.
"How will we get this to site?"
We have access to a variety of vehicles that deliver nationwide to make your life easier. We can offer the use of a forklift at a cost-effective price that will not break the bank!
Can't Meet Minimum Order Requirements?
No need to worry – we will order the stock on your behalf and let you call off stock as you need, over a period of time.
"I'm not sure where to find a supplier for this"
With over 20 years in the industry, our in-depth knowledge and network partners enable us to select the optimum route for manufacturing.
"We have so much cash tied up in stock"
Keep your stock with us and have your money free-flowing. Our industry-leading system works to your advantage every time.
BWC Group have been supplying the aluminium and plastic industry since 1999. We are manufacturers of plastic and aluminium and operate from a 55000ft modern manufacturing facility based in Milton Keynes.
Our extensive range of standard and bespoke aluminium profiles, as well as our range of made to order plastic rigid, flexible and co extruded extrusions come in all different shapes and sizes.
We pride ourselves on our high quality and service whilst remaining extremely competitive.
Manufacturing 24 hours a day, 5 days a week allows us to scale production and complete large orders of any complexity.
Need help with your new or existing project?
From extrusions to mouldings and everything in between, we have more than 150 years combined manufacturing expertise that we can bring to your project.
We are your one stop shop for all things manufacturing. Our streamlined component sourcing solution will take away the frustration of sourcing the components you need. Get in touch now for a fast, friendly and free advice.
Our team will be more than happy to review your requirements and see how we can help to make your sourcing simple.
Whether you would like to know more about Aluminium or Plastic extrusion, we've got you covered.
Our extrusion academy provides you with a quick and easy way to get up to speed on topics such as:
How do you work out how heavy an aluminium extrusion is? The magic number you need is the theoretical weight per meter. Usually expressed in kilos per metre (kg/m). Once you have this you can work out the weight of any length of the..
The process explained Extrusion is a technique where heated materials such as aluminium are forced through an opening to form a shaped profile. To produce an aluminium extrusion, an aluminium billet (a solid block/log of aluminium) is..
There are many reasons as to why you would want to join aluminium extrusions to each other, sometimes you will have to assemble two or more component parts to produce a more complex part. There are also a number of techniques you can use..
Specify Metal Thickness Avoid risking distortion or damage to your profile by keeping sufficient metal thickness around the profile. The thickness you specify will need to be heavy enough to meet your structural requirements. Shapes tend..
There are multiple reasons as to why you would need to apply aluminium surface treatments to your extrusions, all of which should be considered in the design phase of your profile. Understanding the end use of your profile and what..
Behind every product is a design, a design which shows how it needs to be made and how it’s going to look. When in the design phase, before the product can go through the manufacturing process, extruders must specify tolerances and apply..
Aluminium extrusion is an industrial forming process that is used to produce long profiles of a constant cross-section. This cross-section is shaped by the opening in a steel tool known as a die. A huge advantage of designing with..
Anodising aluminium is one of the most common finishes applied to aluminium extrusions. It increases corrosion resistance, becomes dirt repellent, increases the resistance to wear, creates a porous surface ideal for accepting dyes &..
It’s surprising how many people believe their design will work and put it through the manufacturing process only to find certain parts of the design have failed. That’s why 3D printed prototype/samples are an excellent place for you to..
For small volume buyers or those buying lightweight profiles, the minimum order quantities (MOQ) required by the press can represent a significant unexpected expense or wastage. The most common reason for a small order is as a first off..
Since its release in 1995 SOLIDWORKS has been one of the industry leading pieces of software for computer aided design (CAD). It was created to allow designers and engineers to bring their product designs to life with ease and precision...
It happens to us all, we’re given a project or something to think about and the first thing that comes to mind is… nothing, typical, you’re having a creativity block. So, what do you do when this happens? How do you get around having a..