"We are passionate about our company and take great pride in delivering quality work at a highly competitive price."
The Northern Engineering and Welding Company (NEWCO) was originally founded in 1986 and since the year 2000 has been under the leadership of Managing Director, Ron MacLennan.
Our purpose built and well equipped workshop is home to a team of skilled technicians whose services are facilitated by our in house machine shop – fitted with the leading state of the art machinery. Our production facility encompasses welding (Mig, Tig, MMA), rolling, shearing, punching, bending and plasma profiling facilities. Our machine section includes lathes, milling, slotting and sawing facilities; all of which can be supported by our in-house CAD drawing facilities.
NEWCO are suppliers to a wide range of engineering based industries, in both the large scale industrial sector and private sector.
SUPPLY • FABRICATION • INSTALLATION • REPAIR • STEEL STOCKIST
The below gives a taste of the services we offer and the industries in which we currently operate.
- Structural Steel Work
- Mechanical Repairs
- Fabrication of Gates & Railings
- Custom Repairs and Fabrication
- Aluminum smelting
- Renewable Energy (Hydro, Bio-Mass Heating)
- Underwater Training Facilities
- Distilling- Quarrying- Forestry
- Construction Industries
Northern Engineering & Welding Company Ltd.
Glen Nevis Business Park
+44 (0)1397 702588
1.1. For the purpose of these conditions:
1.1.1. the "Supplier" shall mean Northern Engineering & Welding Company (NEWCO). The "Commercial Offer" shall mean the official offer
1.1.2. The "Company" shall mean the company, organisation or persons from whom the official Purchase Order is received.
1.1.3. The "Goods" means the goods or any part of thereof described on the face of the Purchase Order.
1.1.4. The "Services" mean all or part of the Services performed by the Supplier in relation to the Purchase Order description or Goods
1.1.5. The "Purchase Price" shall mean the sum of money agreed to be paid by the Company to the Supplier in consideration of the Goods
1.2. For the purposes of these conditions the communication received via electronic data transmission shall be deemed to be a "Purchase Order".
1.3. For the purposes of these conditions the terms "Purchase Order" and "Contract" shall both be deemed the legal commercial agreement between the Supplier and the Company.
2.1. The Supplier agrees to supply the Goods and/or Services as provided in the Purchase Order and upon these Terms and Conditions of
3.1. The price shall be that stated on the face of the Purchase Order and shall not be subject to any variation without the prior written consent of either party.
4. Terms of Payment
4.1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing the Supplier shall not invoice the Company until performance of the Contract has been completed.
4.2. Unless otherwise agreed in writing the Terms of Payment of all correctly submitted Invoices by the Supplier shall be "invoice date net following month".
5. Intellectual Property
5.1. All rights to copyright inventions, know-how or other protected rights produced as a result of supplying the Goods and/or Services shall vest solely in the Supplier and will upon demand take such other steps as may be necessary to confirm the Supplier's title thereto.
6. Materials Supplied
6.1. The Supplier shall not be responsible for any loss and/or damage to any Company material or equipment whilst in the Supplier's possession for the purpose of the Contract, unless the ownership thereof has been formally transferred.
7.1. Without prejudice to any specific rights conferred upon the Supplier by any other provision of the Contract, the Company shall not be entitled to terminate the Contract or any part thereof, unless by reason of any breach of the suppliers obligation following performance consultation;
7.1.1. that breach substantially affects the nature of the performance received or to be received by the Company and/or:
7.1.2. the Company has accepted the Goods or (as the case may be) used or gained any benefit from the Services.
7.2. Upon premature termination by the company, the supplier reserves the right to seek full payment for bespoke stock items purchased and stored at the supplier premises for the company. Any bespoke parts or services which have been ordered to meet the provision of the contract.
8. Governing Law
8.1. The Contract shall in all respects be construed and governed by the Law of England, Wales and Scotland and the Supplier shall submit exclusive to the jurisdiction of the Courts in geographical locality.
9. Title and Risk
9.1. Risk in the Goods shall pass to the Company upon full cleared payment in accordance with the provisions of the Contract.
10. Health and Safety
10.1. The attention of the Company is drawn to the obligation imposed by the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 as amended, on designers, manufacturers, Importers, suppliers, installers and erectors of articles for use at work to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that such articles are so designed, constructed, installed and erected as to be safe and without risks to health when properly used.