Doncaster firm relocates to brand new facility
Posted on 31 May 2019 and read 1135 times
Thornhill Engineering, a manufacturer of heat exchangers, has taken a 10-year lease on two units (totalling 60,000ft2) at St Modwen Park in Doncaster.
Its new facility will accommodate more than 100 people and represents an investment of £5 million.
The move has been made to accommodate Thornhill’s rapid expansion and will involve a full relocation from its current home in Grimethorpe.
The company is associated with boiler equipment and services company Green’s Power, and it provides the full range of heat exchanger services — encompassing design, engineering, installation, repairs and servicing.
Its main markets are oil and gas, power generation, industrial, rail, marine, steel, food and drink, chemical, nuclear and utilities.
Managing director Simon Tin (www.thornhillheatexchangers.co.uk
) said: “We are thrilled to finalise our move to St Modwen Park, Doncaster.
“Thornhill has undergone a period of planned growth, and this important milestone for the business is the culmination of years of hard work from the whole team.”