New Crane Increases CWP Production Efficiencies 

Home | News | New Crane Increases CWP Production Efficiencies 

CWP has invested in a £35k Crane to increase production efficiency in their 2019 building.

The building is part of CWP’s 3,000m2 onsite manufacturing facility in Southwest Scotland. The new 7.5t crane will allow the 32 strong production team to move precast stock easier during the final phase of the production process.  

Jim Brown, company chairman said: 

“The new 7.5t capacity lifting machinery is allowing our production to be improved by reducing the need for forklifts and manual handling. This means we can now move and store the final product in a more efficient, and more importantly safer procedure” 

Future developments will see the business expand the 2019 building and allow for increased production capabilities. 

CWP works with clients across sectors including defence, waste, floor alleviation, highways and ground engineering contractors. CWP deliver a core range of pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete products to industry and agricultural sectors including Concrete wall panels, free-standing A Walls, T Walls and L Walls, Interlocking Concrete Blocks, Feeder Systems and Concrete Driven Piles.  

If you would like to talk to us about developing or supplying your pre-cast of pre-stressed concrete products, get in touch with our specialist team at 01576 204 367 or email 

Back to all News


This website uses cookies
This site uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. We use necessary cookies to make sure that our website works. We’d also like to set analytics cookies that help us make improvements by measuring how you use the site. By clicking “Allow All”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyse site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.
These cookies are required for basic functionalities such as accessing secure areas of the website, remembering previous actions and facilitating the proper display of the website. Necessary cookies are often exempt from requiring user consent as they do not collect personal data and are crucial for the website to perform its core functions.
A “preferences” cookie is used to remember user preferences and settings on a website. These cookies enhance the user experience by allowing the website to remember choices such as language preferences, font size, layout customization, and other similar settings. Preference cookies are not strictly necessary for the basic functioning of the website but contribute to a more personalised and convenient browsing experience for users.
A “statistics” cookie typically refers to cookies that are used to collect anonymous data about how visitors interact with a website. These cookies help website owners understand how users navigate their site, which pages are most frequently visited, how long users spend on each page, and similar metrics. The data collected by statistics cookies is aggregated and anonymized, meaning it does not contain personally identifiable information (PII).
Marketing cookies are used to track user behaviour across websites, allowing advertisers to deliver targeted advertisements based on the user’s interests and preferences. These cookies collect data such as browsing history and interactions with ads to create user profiles. While essential for effective online advertising, obtaining user consent is crucial to comply with privacy regulations.