FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH AT YEOMANS PRESSINGS

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It is more than half a century since Yeomans Pressings started operating.

In 1963 Mr Yeomans began the company with a single fly press in his cellar before setting up in Cradley Heath as a subcontract presswork supplier to the automotive industry until it was sold in 1993.

Since then the company has undergone a few transitions of ownership including in 2010 when Graham Yeomans the grandson of the original founder became one of four equal owner/directors.

As of August 2017 Yeoman Pressings Ltd saw another leadership change to that of Graham Yeomans and his wife and fellow employee Tracey Yeomans buying the company outright and fulfilling a lifelong goal of Graham who always wished to bring the company back into the family.

Yeoman Pressings Limited has gone from strength to strength and today has a turnover of £3 million. The core focus of the business is to deliver the best service a subcontact manufacturer of metalwork and subassemblies can.

To achieve this they continue to incorporate both traditional presswork and modern CNC turret punching technology all under one roof which in itself is possibly unique having both codes under one roof.