This category lists companies in High Wycombe that produce products from raw materials and the companies that support them, such as distributors, wholesalers, industrial supply companies and manufacturing representatives. The general types of companies listed here are food processing, aviation, conveyors, electronic, guns, instrumentation, mining, drilling, chemicals and textiles; however, the list is not limited to these industries.
Wholesale stockist of specialist lighting equipment for the entertainment industry worldwide.
Manufacturers and suppliers of plastic rods, sheets and tubes. Product descriptions and detailed listings with prices.
Manufacturers of extruded aluminium trunking systems for use in both commercial and healthcare installations worldwide. Company profile and details of services.
Distributes industrial electronic sensors and control equipment. Profile, product range and catalogue with online ordering.
History of craftsmanship, collectors' tips, steps in building and fitting a shotgun, styles including rifles, modern manufacture, related links, and contact details of shooting grounds near Lane End.
UK subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson, engaged in pharmaceuticals research, development and manufacture. Includes corporate profile, established products and areas of medicine, with FAQ, careers and other contacts.
A company offering used machine tools. Company profile, stock, and contacts.
Offers water ionisation and legionella treatment systems for hospitals, the food and drink industry, and swimming pools.
Offers fire protection, suppression, alarms, training, consultancy and security services. Contacts and link to locate their office.
Provides details on its three business streams, namely distribution of industrial fasteners, provision of a vendor managed inventory system and supply of metals.
Measuring instruments including digital oscilloscopes, chart recorders, power meters, EMC and safety test equipment. Representatives of Yokogawa, PMM, Huntron and other manufacturers of quality products.
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