Beaming in the farming industry

An R.E buildings wagon transporting our steel sections
Pictured above are our blue shot blasted and primed sections

R.E Buildings, leading provider of specialist steel framed agricultural buildings, equipment and machinery, has purchased 120 tonnes of our shot blasted and primer painted structural sections (comprising of universal beams, columns and channels) to use in the creation of its farm buildings.

Robert Taylor, Business Development Manager at our North West office, said: “R.E Buildings needed 19m length beams, this is a product that is not usually stocked by most construction steel providers, however we were able to fulfil their request and provide them with the bespoke product they needed.”

“We pride ourselves in helping our customers find the right product to meet their needs and we’re delighted we have been able to do this with R.E Buildings. It’s great to be associated with the agricultural industry as farmers across the UK are keen to use British products within their buildings – and we’re keen to support them!” 


British Steel was able to solve our problem by providing a solution to a structure we needed to manufacture for UK farming. Within the space of a few weeks, they’d been able to roll the 19m beams we needed and was the only supplier we could find that was able to do so. By fulfilling our request, R.E Buildings can now meet the needs of our customers all over the UK. We want to thank British Steel for its help and we look forward to strengthening our ongoing relationship with its North West Sales office.

Neil Rawsthorne, R.E Buildings Transport Manager


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