Excellence As Standard: Safer Factory Leadership

This week we were proud to take delivery of two IOSH Leading Safely certificates bearing the names of our Managing Director Mark Smy and Chief Operating Officer Simon Kidney. Excellence As Standard: Safer Factory Leadership Continuing our practise of going beyond compliance and producing excellence as standard, in May of this year Mr’s Smy and[…]

Alconbury Weald

Alconbury Weald Working with partners and the local communities around the site, Urban&Civic are delivering a high quality low carbon Enterprise Campus – with 3 million square foot of bespoke commercial space; 5000 homes of mixed size, price and tenure; 700 acres of green open space; and investment in a range of transport, energy and community facilities to[…]

Pete Armstrong

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Peter Armstrong, a much respected and long serving employee of Robinsons Manufacturing. Pete started with RML in March 2003, as a truss operative. As the company grew and needed more structure, Pete was promoted into the new Factory Supervisor role at our Wellingborough plant[…]

Excellence as Standard – Introduction to new blog stream

Our team continue to explore new ways to share knowledge with our customer base on the RML “Excellence as Standard” ethos in production of quality truss and joist products. Excellence as Standard Senior Leadership Team member Greg Farrar (Risk Business Partner) shares insight into the area of compliance and health and safety in a new[…]

Did they jump or were they pushed?

Back in May we told you about the brave bunch of Robinsons employees who committed to a 160′ bungee jump to raise funds for the company’s two current chosen charities – The Lighthouse Club, which provides welfare assistance to the construction sector, and homeless support charity The Daylight Centre in Wellingborough. To sponsor with proceeds[…]

16 Years at Robinsons

I started at Robinson Manufacturing in 2001, 16 years ago, in the accounts department, and have seen many changes in my time here. Back then there was only a small team, 2 people in the roof truss department, 2 people at Ecojoist. One truss press, one Ecojoist press, a hand full of people in each[…]