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Kerrie Murray appointed CEO of Pryme Group

Kerrie Murray, Pryme Group CEO

Kerrie Murray appointed CEO of Pryme Group Pryme Group is happy to announce that we have strengthened our senior management team with the promotion of a key figure to equip the business for future growth. Kerrie Murray has been appointed to the role of chief executive officer (CEO). Kerrie joined Pryme Group in June 2018 as our chief financial officer (CFO), having enjoyed more than 10 years working in the oil and gas industry – latterly as director of international…

COVID-19 Priority response team – fast CNC machining

A CNC machine in the process of manufacturing a metal component

COVID-19 Priority response team During the COVID-19 pandemic it is vital that the manufacturing industry continues to work effectively. As a specialist in subcontract machining, we have made the decision to introduce a specialist, priority response machining team that is dedicated to turning around parts of up to 6 inches within a 24 to 48 hour window. 24/48 hour machining capability This rapid-response machining cell will be primarily working with 316/303/304 stainless steels to turnaround machined parts within 24/48 hours…

Pryme Group – COVID-19 Statement

Pryme Group COE facility - front - header

Dear Customers, Suppliers and Partners, Pryme Group would like to sincerely thank our customers for their continued business and trust. We are equally extremely grateful to our suppliers for their commitment and support during these very challenging times. Pryme Group has been urged to remain open for business whilst strictly adhering to the Government guidelines as we are part of the Supply Chain of the Healthcare and Defence Industry sectors, deemed ”Critical” by the Government to remain operational. We are…

Nuclear component manufacturing improvements at Pryme Group

A close up of CNC machined pipes with internal screw threads

Pryme Group awarded Fit for Nuclear (F4N) status again at precision engineering facility GA North West After a recent audit by Nuclear AMRC we can announce that GA Northwest in Morecambe has been granted a ‘Fit for Nuclear’ status (F4N) again. As an established subcontract manufacturer of nuclear components, GA North West first entered the programme in April 2016. The aim was to support operational enhancements that improved the processes of component manufacturing for the nuclear supply chain. Following a reassessment by Nuclear AMRC…




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