Our new facility

Feritech is moving into our new purpose built state-of-the-art facility on our land just outside Falmouth, Cornwall. The new 3.5 acre site will greatly increase Feritech‘s manufacturing capabilities and the services offered to both local and established global client base.

The new facility opening in 2021 will have a large fabrication facility capable of handling up to 20 ton fabrications, this is complemented with a brand-new machining hall handling all manner of precision machined parts. Feritech’s design, electrical, electronic and hydraulic capabilities will also be increased in line with the increased subcontract projects the company is looking to fulfil.

Research and development within the offshore renewable energy sector will always be a primary operation of the company and this new facility will allow us to embark on new challenges within this sector providing solutions for customers quickly while controlling the quality of process from start to finish under one roof.

The building has been designed to prove that industry and the environment can co-exist. The site will harvest its own water, use ground source to heat the offices and a solar roof with power storage to generate our electricity. The site will have over 5000 trees planted and use a pond to capture all the surface run off from the site acting as a heat store and providing vital habitat for wildlife.

Feritech new facility is underway.

Updates on how our build is coming along can be found right here, check back regularly to see how we are getting on.

Last updated 4th July 2021

Feritech has announced that it is going ahead with building a new, state of the art facility just outside Falmouth in Cornwall. Covering an area of 3.5 acres, the new site received planning approval in November 2020 and is scheduled to be completed and in operation by June 2021.

It will greatly increase Feritech‘s manufacturing capabilities and the services offered to both local customers and the company’s established global client base.

The new facility will be capable of handling up to 20 ton components and is complemented with a brand-new machining hall which can produce all manner of precision machined parts.

Feritech’s design, electrical, electronic, assembly and hydraulic facilities will also be expanded in line with the increase in subcontract projects

Research and development within the offshore renewable energy sector will always be a primary operation of the company and this facility will allow Feritech to undertake new challenges within this sector, providing solutions for customers quickly, while also tightly controlling the quality of the process from start to finish – and all under one roof.