PRECISION SHEET METAL PROCESSING AND COMPONENT MANUFACTURING
Bryco Metals consistently aims to deliver on three critical pillars of excellence in plate and sheet metal processing. These are uncompromising quality in production, unwavering lead times and unrivaled competitive pricing.
We will never send out a completed product that is less than the Bryco Metals Service Excellence best.
Bryco Metals was started in 1994 to fulfil a specialist role in the metal processing and manufacturing industry. A Service Centre that removed the barriers of entry for smaller fabrication companies as well as allowing companies to outsource the processing of their metal components, freeing up capital and allowing these companies to concentrate on their core competencies.
Our engineering department has over 150 years of collective experience and expertise to fulfil, or customize the process and specifications of any fabrication requirements - from big contracted production orders, to outsourced orders, and custom tailor made one off's.
LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN METAL PROCESSING
Since precision metal fabrication requires the latest in technology, we have invested heavily in machinery for every process. In fact, we are so committed to delivering on our service excellence, that we have two of every piece of critical fabrication equipment in order to offset any potential breakdown in production lead times and to ensure that we have the capacity to meet the needs of additional outsourced production requirements to us.
Our range of fabrication equipment includes Laser cutting and etching, CNC punching, press brakes, guillotines, polishing, de-coiling and cut to length.
THE SERVICES WE OFFER
STEEL PROCESSING AND MANUFACTURING FOR VARIOUS INDUSTRIES
Bryco Metals' core business is contracted fabrication and manufacturing for various sectors and industries.
These include food and beverage, general engineering transport, commercial and recreational vehicles, electronic, industrial, and architectural applications.
PROCESSING AND MANUFACTURING
More and more companies are outsourcing their processed steel component requirements. The reasons vary from reducing staff head count (more so now with the added challenge of COVID), freeing up capital tied up in equipment, access to the latest technology, as well as the benefit of being able ramp up production to meet market demands.
PROCESSING, FABRICATION AND MANUFACTURING
Not all projects we do are on an industrial scale. We have many ‘private’ clients and smaller businesses who come to us for the manufacturing of custom items.
Whether it is a once off order, or a run of custom items for sale to the public at large, no project is too small for us.