Alloy Wire secures fresh funding boost

Black Country manufacturer is setting its sights on a share of the £60 billion nuclear sector.


Alloy Wire, which makes round, flat, shaped profile and electrical resistance wires in a range of exotic nickel alloys, has become one of the first companies in the West Midlands to start the Fit For Nuclear (F4N) journey.

The Brierley Hill-based firm will benefit from a £10,000 grant to help it develop a new strategy for targeting this market and ensuring it meets exacting health and safety and performance standards required by the major contractors.

It is anticipated that this funding – combined with ongoing support from manufacturing experts at the Business Growth Service – will unlock nearly £750,000 of potential contracts.

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