“Broadland Radiators have provided an excellent customer service by providing a technical expert to support our customer at their facility overseas.”
Proud to be able to share some glowing feedback after we sent our Engineering Manager to a client in Brazil on short notice to give them help and guidance on some installation issues they were having – I don’t think Roly objected too much about the sunshine!
The team at Broadland Radiators would like to thank all our customers and suppliers for the support you have given us during the last 12 months. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
Christmas cards are a tradition that span back many years,
Sent full of Christmas warmth to those we hold most dear.
But tradition is not our strong point and we would like to say,
We wont be sending Christmas cards as they only get thrown away.
Instead of buying cards and stamps and for your clarity,
We will make a cash donation instead to a worthwhile charity.
The health and safety of our colleagues remains one of our top priorities so we are pleased to mark the occasion of 3 years without an accident with new t-shirts and hats for everyone. Here is Sheryl looking ever so pleased to model her new t-shirt – well done to all the team, keep up the great work.
At Broadland Radiators and Heat Exchangers we pride ourselves on producing products of only the very highest quality. We achieve this by truly collaborating with our fantastic suppliers.
One such example of this would be when Elmdale Welding asked if they could bring the ESAB demo bus to our yard to share some of their new products with us and other customers in the Anglia area.
Happy to help one of our favourite suppliers, here is Jamie Marshal of Broadland Radiators and Heat Exchangers Works Manager sharing a moment with Peter Elms, Managing Director of Elmdale Welding & Engineering Supplies Ltd to discuss some of the goodies on board.
The demo bus was a great success, lots of visitors and increased exposure for both our companies.
Darrell Roper welcomes Samuel Furze, the first of the UEA engineering team to participate in the new NPI programme
Broadland Radiators will be working with the University of East Anglia to share knowledge and research with a view to expanding the New Product Introduction plans of the business.
Darrell Roper, MD of Broadland Radiators, said “working in what continues to be a challenging Oil & Gas marketplace it is important for us to continue investing in adding new products to our capabilities. I am delighted to be able to work with the UEA Engineering teams to mix their knowledge and expertise with our processes and industry experience with the aim of enabling us to release new products in the near future.”
Professor Lawrence Coates, Head of Engineering at UEA, added “We are delighted to add an already experienced manufacturer of Oil & Gas equipment to the growing list of local companies who are supporting the growth of our Engineering provision. These are exciting times for UEA as we build on our acknowledged expertise in the energy sector and develop our integrated suite of engineering degrees and related research. We believe it is very important for the University to work with local businesses to expose all of our students to the wide variety of career opportunities available in the region. As our continued rise up the league tables draws the spotlight we have an important role to play in helping publicise the international strengths in manufacturing in East Anglia.”
Broadland Radiators designs, manufactures and repairs a wide range of cooling systems, radiators and heat exchangers.The company has over 50 years’ experience and works with some of the world’s leading oil and gas exploration and production companies. For more details check www.broadlandradiators.co.uk
To celebrate 30 years in business for Broadland Radiators we teamed up with Norwich Pub Tours to enjoy an evening of food and beer – and blood and gore! Thanks to James for a very entertaining evening.
Members of the Broadland Radiators team, including founder Brew Craig, enjoying the stories from the Norwich Pub Tours ‘blood and gore’ event.