We got to speak with Andrew Phillips, works Manager at Cross Engineering Swansea Ltd. Andrew completed his engineering apprenticeship at Dowty Rotol in Gloucester in 1983 and then moved back to Swansea where he was brought up. He subsequently worked at a number of local sub contract engineering machine shops before starting his employment at Cross Engineering in July 1988. There he spent two years on the shop floor before becoming workshop foreman in 1990. He was later promoted to his current role as works manager in 2014.
“Cross Engineering Swansea has been established for over 50 years, specializing in jigs, fixtures and special purpose machine builds and with our fabrication department producing high quality work in stainless steel, mild steel and aluminium.
We offer a full engineering service to all local and national industry and with the introduction of Abrasive waterjet cutting technology, we have added another invaluable service that will surely benefit customers old and new.
Our precision engineering workshop provides a full range of equipment required to service local and national Business in a wide range of industries from steel making, pharmaceutical, food, petro-chemical as well as the general and structural sectors.
We pride ourselves in offering each customer personal attention regardless of the size of the project” – Andrew Phillips, Works Manager at Cross Engineering Swansea Ltd.
Cross Engineering over its 50-year history has successfully undertaken design and manufacture projects for a vast array of industries, and their ability to deal with tasks quickly and efficiently is clear to see within the many projects they handle. You can learn about their work at www.crossengineering.co.uk/