Currie & Warner are a high volume brass turned part supplier who produce precision components to specific drawing tolerances. Due to sound engineering and innovative flair, we can solve manufacturing requirements of the most technically demanding parts.
Currie and Warner
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Currie & Warner was established in 1855 in the centre of Birmingham during the Industrial Revolution.  Originally opened as a brass foundry, the company’s expertise rapidly developed from machining brass stampings and castings to the machining of brass rod.

The first multi-spindle machine Currie & Warner manufactured product on was in 1951.  The machine had an immediate impact, orders for more multi-spindle machines were forthcoming.

1955 saw the closure of the brass foundry in order to concentrate on manufacturing profitable turned components.

In 1965 the company was bought by the multi-national corporation BICC. Under BICC the focus was on manufacturing Electrical Cable Glands.

In 1982 the company's Managing Director (Mr Lloyd) bought the company from the BICC group.

Since 1982 Currie & Warner has made calculated acquisitions of similar engineering companies and set up the Currie & Warner Group.

During the last 60 years Currie & Warner has concentrated solely on machining brass rod using multi-spindle machinery. It is in this area that Currie & Warner now excel by focusing on medium to high volume production batches of components.

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9-02-2017 : Testing new material

Currie & Warner, together with it's largest customer have been testing new brass specification as a replacement material for a couple of par... more

9-02-2017 : New production bay, new machines

Wickman refurb No. 5 & 6 are nearing completion and will be ready to be in production when a new home is built for them.  We have b... more

23-11-2015 : Apprentice awards ceremony

Apprenticeship CertificateCongratulations go to Ashley James and Tom Davies who recently completed their Advance Leve... more

9-04-2015 : Refurb Unit

Currie & Warner has set up a new refurbishment facility at it's Brownhills production site.  The new unit has taken three months to... more
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