Fulton Limited has marked 50 years of manufacturing heat transfer solutions in the UK by hosting a ceremony at the M-Shed museum in Bristol.
The celebrations had started with a tour of the manufacturing facility that housed Fulton’s largest ever plant room building featuring two of the company’s fuel-fired horizontal boilers.
Distributors and current and former employees attended the event, including Ronald and Bramley Palm (son and grandson of Fulton’s founder Lewis Palm), managing director Carl Knight and former sales and marketing director Gordon Bareham.
Speaking at the event, Knight said the company’s Bristol-based manufacturing and design facility “makes it possible to design, engineer and manufacture products more efficiently and assemble completed units for whenever and wherever they are needed for domestic and export customers.”
Fulton’s UK facility has been responsible for designing and manufacturing some of the corporation’s highest-quality steam boilers and heat transfer systems.
“The company has a solid reputation with great products and many more on the way,” says Bramley “and we’re looking forward to our future with the UK facility.”
Fulton Limited is in the corporation’s global network that also includes production facilities in the USA, Canada and China.