Vaughan Jones Socket Screws Ltd relocates
Posted on 18 Jan 2020 and read 716 times
West Yorkshire-based Vaughan Jones Socket Screws Ltd (www.vaughanjones.co.uk
), a manufacturer of fasteners and turned parts, is relocating to a new 15.000ft2
facility in Seacroft, Leeds, on 24 January.
The company was originally formed in Scotland in 1961 and moved to larger premises in Wetherby in 1972.
It produces a wide variety of special socket-head, slotted-head and hexagon-head screws, as well as internally threaded parts, nuts and turned parts for customers in a wide range of sectors.
Managing director Jeremy Hornby said: “This is an exciting time for us as a company, and all our employees are looking forward to moving to our new home, which is located on the Wetherby side of Leeds, close to the M1.
"The new building will match the high quality of the products we have become known for in the 58 years we have been making special fasteners and turned parts.”