At Scottow Enterprise Park (SEP) we have tenants who specialise in a range of sectors, from manufacturing to logistics, food processing to art. At SEP we have it all! Carbinium Engineering is one such example of a SEP tenant excelling in their industry. The business specialises in the field of CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) engineering, and carbon fibre composites. They use the latest CAD/CAM technology to make all sorts of bespoke parts. With machining capabilities in routing, turning and milling, Carbinium work in metal, wood, carbon fibre and engineering plastics.
The business was founded in January 2015 when they were commissioned to develop the Aston Martin AM37 powerboat for Quintessence Yachts. Buoyed by this success, they decided to focus on the design, development and production of custom-made engineered products. This led to a rebrand as Carbinium Engineering and moving here to Scottow, onto North Norfolk’s largest business park.
Although their primary customers are the marine and motorsport markets, they have also made parts for projects as diverse as subsea surveys and prototype parts for supersonic rockets, plus a lot in between.
They are experts not only at CNC engineering, but also making composite moulds and carbon fibre parts for businesses and individuals. Their projects range in size from tens of pounds to tens of thousands of pounds. Carbinium Engineering not only undertake complete projects from concept through design and onto manufacturing, they also produce one-off or low volume manufactured pieces which are one of a kind.
Carbinium Engineering have said of their work: ‘We love what we do, and it is great to be able to work on such a variety of projects under one roof at our workshop. We strive to offer a one stop solution to our clients utilising our diverse machinery and experience from many years of involvement with the highest quality of yacht building, design and engineering. Our passion and creativity can be infectious and so-far we have been fortunate to have worked on very interesting projects with tremendous clients. If you have something you need making give us a call or drop in to talk to us’.
Speaking of their experience working on SEP, Carbinium Engineering added ‘We looked at a number of locations for our business last year and the unit we chose [in Building 295] at the Scottow Enterprise Park was a clear winner. The location and security are ideal for us and our unit is bright and well lit. We are delighted to already have seven clients and three suppliers from within the Enterprise Park’.
To find out more about Carbinium Engineering, visit their website at: https://www.carbiniumengineering.com/