Here at Somers we are a trusted supplier to the Defence industry due to our quality accountable forgings. We have a long heritage of over 100 years’ experience in the defence industry, our reputation and proven capabilities goes without saying we are first class provider of marine defence forgings and finished components.
Since our early beginnings Somers Forge have been a leading supplier of forged products for the Marine industry. As long ago as 1912 we obtained what was then, Admiralty Approval, for the supply of propulsion shafting and other associated marine forgings.
Somers Forge have been a major supplier of open die forged products to this industry ever since the first North Sea oil field explorations in the 1960’s. The harsh environment which commands the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry necessitates equipment made from the absolute highest quality.
We deliver the highest quality forgings for the power generation industry.
Somers Forge offer a range of forged parts for the gear industry.
We have a well established reputation, having produced forgings for the London Underground and Severn Valley Railway and everything in between.
Enhanced material technology and computer modelling techniques are used in our advanced forging and heat treatment methods. These are key in the forging processes for the aerospace sector.
Our sales department as well as our engineers here at Somers Forge will partner with your business to provide you with an optimum solution for your mining forged products. We focus on how important quality and reliability is on all our mining machinery parts.
At Somers Forge, we believe in quality and therefore provide our clients with the highest quality food processing forgings.
At Somers Forge, we forge parts for the paper industry, offering finished machined products increasing the speed to market for paper mills.
Somers produce a wide range of forgings for both civil and military applications worldwide.
Somers Forge are major supplier of forgings to the General Engineering industry since its formation in 1866. Our owners boast a forging heritage from 1697 thus making us an integral part of the industrial revolution here in the UK.