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Great Cost Saving in the Commercial Vehicle Industry

There are countless blogs and articles on how to reduce costs and as a commercial vehicle manufacturer there are many quick wins that can be achieved, resulting in a more efficient workplace and a more efficient product. Here are just a few examples of how you can reduce costs… Cost of Materials Adhesives make it…
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Lab Technician – Come bond with us!

We are looking for the next addition to our Technical Department to coordinate and execute developmental, application and operational testing. Our innovative products are used all over the world within construction, transport and aerospace sectors. We have decades of experience and technical expertise within bonding, sealants and adhesives industries. Forgeway culture…
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Forgeway the Movie

Check out our whistle-stop tour of how we meet a client challenge, from continuous development to high-quality on-site manufacturing, via vigorous testing and the highest level of quality control. Follow the journey to an intelligent solution. …

All aboard the Forgeway Euro Bus

We’re all set to attend Euro Bus Expo 2016 at NEC in Birmingham 1-3 November. Having decided to exhibit, the big question was how best to unveil our new brand. Of course we could have brought our rebranded products along…

Technical Insight 006: The True Cost of Corrosion

When we ask our customers in commercial vehicle manufacturing what their biggest challenges are, corrosion is always mentioned - corrosion of the chassis, side and body panels, or a breakdown of paint and powder coatings and so forth. It costs the industry billions of pounds…

Formoa 760 – Is there anything it can’t do?

As onsite manufacturers, we like to think we know our products and their applications inside out. However, even we couldn’t have predicted the versatility of one of our most popular products, Formoa 760. 760 was originally…

Technical insight 004: Temperature Resistance of Adhesives

Elevated temperatures have long been recognised as the number one enemy of organic adhesives, degrading their efficiency in a number of ways. There are two main reactions that cause a breakdown of bond strength at elevated temperature – thermal oxidation and pyrolysis. …