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Worcester Presses to hit £1.75m in sales

A provider of mechanical and hydraulic presses is set to mark 65 years of manufacturing in Stourbridge by reaching £1.75m in annual sales this year.

Worcester Presses, which employs eight people at its Titan Works factory, has experienced a rise in demand for its machines, with growth being seen across industry sectors that include automotive, aerospace and building products.

More than 26 presses - ranging from 3 to 3,000 tonnes - were sold in the UK last year and this has seen turnover increase to over £1.5m.


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