BW Industries is committed to latest technology, with a high degree of experience in all aspects of roll forming and steel fabrication.
BW Industries is a privately owned company providing a high quality, comprehensive range of galvanized and fabricated steel components and accessories for the domestic, construction, manufacturing and agricultural sectors, and we focus on providing innovative, value-added product solutions for the benefit of all our customers. BW Industries manufacture a range of Roof Purlins that can be supplied as Sleeved, Butted, Lapped or Heavy End Bay systems. The most popular system we supply is the sleeved system but each application as its benefits. BW Industries are also a leading supplier of Mezzanine Flooring Systems offering one of the largest range of section sizes, for both primary and secondary beams, within the UK.
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