Cold roll formed steel

As exclusive suppliers of vine posts to Vine-Works in the UK, EWS (Manufacturing) Ltd is looking forward to joining the UK viticulture specialists on their stand at Fruit Focus this year and exhibiting its products.

Through working closely with Vine-Works in the UK and their associated viticulture specialists in mainland Europe, EWS has developed a range of steel vineyard posts which are considered to be the best value product on the market.

The intermediate and end posts are designed to offer maximum strength which ensures they are able to withstand modern automated harvesting equipment, without damage to post or tags. The posts also incorporate a reverse tag feature and extra holes to make provision for the addition of wind plates if the ground conditions demand. Posts are available in several finishes, pre-galvanised, post hot dipped galvanised and powder coated in a variety of colours, and come with a full corrosion guarantee. Independent like-for-like tests have also confirmed that the EWS posts are the strongest in the market.

The manufacture of vine posts is an increasing growth area for EWS. The company is based in Wolverhampton and is part of Arc Specialist Engineering, employing 70 people at the 90,000 sq ft factory. The firm currently produce in excess of 25 million metres of cold roll formed sections a year and the products are exported throughout Europe and worldwide.

EWS are one of the UK’s largest cold roll formed steel section manufacturers; from simple to complex sections, they can offer innovative roll formed solutions using their expertise to bring ideas from concept to reality, maximising performance and best value. The company is certified to ISO9001, ISO14001, and OHSAS18001, giving customers the confidence that they are purchasing from a company that at its core demonstrates a commitment to both quality of product and service.

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