Fenner Precision is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fenner PLC., a world leader in reinforced polymer technology.
The Fenner Group, headquartered in Hull, England, was founded over 150 years ago and today has annual turnover approaching £500 million. The company employs over 3,700 people worldwide across five continents and more than 25 manufacturing plants. It consists of 5 subsidiaries include Fenner Precision, manufacture of precision elastomer products, Fenner Drives, manufacturer of drive products; James Dawson, manufacturer of silicone hoses ; Fenner Dunlop, global manufacture of conveyer belting, Fenner Advanced Sealing Technologies, manufacturers of seals and packing, Prodesco, developer and manufacturer of engineered fabrics, and Secant/MRI Medical, the leading developer and manufacturer of custom-engineered biomedical textile structures for medical devices.
Fenner Precision was established in 1985 when it was formed by combining the Fenner Drives Precision Division, USA with the James Dawson Precision Division, UK. The company designs and develops its own proprietary materials and processes, and is well known for its ability to produce large volumes of high quality products on time and at competitive prices. The company is technically driven and continually strives to improve products and processes through a global network of Research & Development Engineers, Polymer, Textile and Application Engineers.
Through the acquisition of Winfield Industries in 2008, Fenner Precision added market-leading chemistry and expertise in high performance polymer based rollers and tires to their global line of engineered products. This combined company now provides an even more comprehensive line of solutions a variety of applications.
Engineered Elastomeric Products
Fenner Precision also offers custom molding capabilities, which are used to develop engineered elastomeric products for diverse applications such as anti-vibration pads and offshore seals; and specialty technical fabrics for low friction and high temperature applications.