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Columbia Metals Joins Historic Ship Scheme

14 May 2024

Columbia Metals has joined forces with National Historic Ships UK (NHS-UK) in a new scheme to safeguard the future of the 1,500 vessels on its National Register. As part of its involvement, Columbia Metals will offer a discount to owners and custodians of registered vessels for materials required in support of their maintenance and conservation. […]

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Columbia Metals Strengthens Baba Links

26 March 2024

Columbia Metals has forged an even stronger relationship with the British Artist Blacksmiths Association (BABA) through participation at the organisation’s Bronze and Stainless Workshop on 23 March. At the event, held at Peter Crownshaw’s forge in Worcestershire, William Bradley, Quality and Technical Manager at Columbia Metals, presented insight into the metallurgy of copper alloys and […]

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New Van in Columbia Metals Fleet

11 March 2024

Columbia Metals has welcomed a Ford Transit van to its fleet of delivery vehicles. The van has already been emblazoned with Columbia Metals colours and will be based at the company’s Bedford warehouse. Columbia Metals combines a fleet of delivery vehicles with the services of specialist third-party couriers to ensure customers receive their orders as […]

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Columbia Metals Reaches LinkedIn Milestone

15 February 2024

Columbia Metals has reached a key milestone of 500 followers on its LinkedIn company page. The achievement reflects the company’s commitment to securing a well-defined digital presence by delivering relevant and engaging content related to copper and nickel alloys. Columbia Metals has been steadily building its presence on LinkedIn in recent months. With a strategic […]

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Columbia Metals Contributes Motorsport Alloy Expertise

13 March 2023

Columbia Metals has participated in an article on high performance motorsport alloys published in the February/March 2023 edition of Race Engine Technology (RET) magazine. In the publication, targeted at engineers in the motorsport industry, Columbia Metals provides its insight into the properties of Colsibro® and Trojan, copper nickel silicon alloys widely used for valve guides and valve seats. […]

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Warehouse Manager Reaches 40 Year Milestone

4 October 2022

Vic Ingram, the Warehouse Manager in the Halifax branch of Columbia Metals, is today celebrating 40 years at the company. Vic is Columbia Metals’ longest serving employee and has been an integral part of the development of the Halifax branch since joining the company as a driver in 1982. Vic has been presented with a […]

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ADS Present Bronze Award to Columbia Metals at Farnborough

27 July 2022

Columbia Metals have received the SC21 Bronze Award in a ceremony at the Farnborough International Airshow. The award and certificate were presented to William Bradley, Quality and Technical Manager (pictured with the certificate, right), by Colin Hart, Head of SC21 at the ADS, the trade organisation representing the aerospace, defence, security and space industries. Columbia Metals […]

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Columbia Metals Achieves SC21 Bronze Award

11 July 2022

Columbia Metals has been recognised with the Bronze Performance Standard Award from the ADS, the trade organisation representing the aerospace, defence, security and space industries. This achievement is a culmination of Columbia Metals’ continuous efforts to raise quality and supply chain standards. The Bronze Award ensures Columbia Metals can be considered as a preferred supplier […]

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