Goldcrest Engineering Technologies history goes back to 1948 with the founding of BDJ (England) Limited when the original founder decided that post war Britain needed high quality engineers to help the country recover. His concept of high quality, quick response and cost effective products is still the cornerstone of the companies philosophy to the present day. Indeed the products developed in the 1960's are still being used by many companies to the present day and are still fully supported by Goldcrest Engineering Technologies Limited.
The number of parts designed and produced are in the many thousands and we can only show a few representative parts below. But with the plant and expertise of the staff we have yet to fail on providing solutions for our varied customers "problems", indeed we thrive on difficult problems and provide help where we can on processes that we cannot undertake. Alternatively we can take on design to production projects and work with our customers over many years.
Call us at any time and one of the skilled staff will always try to help.
07.30 - 18.00 GMT
Goldcrest Engineering Technologies Limited
Unit 15 St John's Way
St John's Business Estate
+44(0) 1366 383398
+44 (0) 1908 613121
+44 (0) 1865 600720
+44 (0) 1223 969596
+44 (0) 7588965838
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Goldcrest has recently invested in the latest Hurco Winmax CADCAM Offline Programming Software to offer its customers faster turn arounds and competative prices.
We have also recently expanded our operations by setting up a factory in Turkey specialising in large volume turning and milling and being on the edge of europe are able to offer our customers value for money as well as transport solutions in the form of Road, Sea and Air for rapid turn arounds.
Latest News:- We now have our own E Commerce Webstore which can be found at the following address
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UPDATE:- GETL has just completed its relocation to Downham Market Norfolk
Goldcrest has recently invested in a Hurco VM1 Mill to expand on its Milling Capacity