Shearline acquires Last Engineering assets

Manufacturing company Shearline has announced that it has acquired the premises and equipment of engineering company Last, as well as hiring some of its staff.

As a result, Shearline will be able to offer rapid prototyping and manufacture for a wider size range of components, in materials from lightweight alloys through to steels.

The Last Engineering premises will become a dedicated division of Shearline, focusing on large-scale precision engineering of infrastructure components for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft, vehicle-gearbox housings and wind-turbine parts.