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Custom Build Solutions From Lewden

LewdenCustombuildCustom Build power distribution products from Lewden Palazzoli provide the ideal solution for projects where something more than ‘off-the-shelf’ products are required.

Lewden’s in-house Custom Build Division has skill, expertise and a wealth of experience in building electrical power distribution equipment to meet the customer’s bespoke requirements and turning briefs into fully designed and engineered solutions.   Lewden can work on simple adaptations of its standard products through fully bespoke designs using application proven components and optimal product designs. All Custom Build solutions take into account practical functional operation, ease of installation, long working life and safety. For optimum functionality, all products are customer driven and engineered with contractors, OEM’s and end users in mind.

Lewden Palazzoli relocated to larger premises 18 months ago and the new purpose-built facility contains all the very latest ‘cutting edge’ machinery and tool technology, whilst boasting plenty of free capacity for bigger volume products to enable the company to cope with any job, however large or unusual.    Lewden Custom Build products has extensive experience in a wide range of market sectors which include industrial, commercial, military, marine, leisure and rail applications. Offering a fast and personalised service, Lewden’s Custom Built solutions meet and surpass customers’ needs even in the most demanding environments.

Committed to quality manufacturing, Lewden is happy to work with a wide range of materials, for example steels, rubber, plastics, GRP, aluminium etc. and also offer a choice of painted and natural finishes. By using a flexible, customer-focused approach to every project, the Custom Build team at Lewden is able to consistently deliver quality custom products with competitive pricing and unparalleled speed in response to customer’s enquiries.

 

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