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Tinsley Bridge Group

News from 2016

Tinsley Bridge wins Outstanding Business of the Year Award

A Night to Remember

We were delighted and honoured to win two awards at the 15th Sheffield Business Awards, presented by BBC’s Harry Gration in front of 750 people, last December. Winning two awards in one night was doubly rewarding as there were a record number of entries for the 2016 competition.


Defence Secretary visits Tinsley Bridge

Defence Secretary Visits Tinsley Bridge

After a recent visit by Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, Mark Webber spoke of a bright future for steel and the wider engineering industry in Sheffield, where the firm began life more than 150 years ago. "There's the opportunity to develop this advanced manufacturing cluster around this side of Sheffield, which I think bodes very well for the future of manufacturing in Sheffield," he said.


SOMI founder

SOMI Founder Wins Recognition

SOMI founder and Tinsley Bridge manufacturing partner, Pauline Dawes has been recognised in Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation Awards 2016. Launched in May 2016, the aim of the nationwide competition was to challenge the low numbers of women entrepreneurs in the UK.



Innovation Award for SOMI

The 2016 Northern Auto Alliance (NAA) Awards were held in Manchester, this year. The awards showcase excellence and advances in vehicle manufacture and supply chain logistics, in the region. Over 270 member organisations were represented at the dinner and the keynote speaker was Lawrence Davies MBE, CEO of the Automotive Investment Organisation (AIO).


ATC Supplier Award

ATC Supplier Performance Award

ATC has awarded Tinsley Bridge their blue category rating for suppliers performing to the best possible standard. ATC is a joint venture company between Alstom, TSO and Costain with a contract to design, fit-out and commission railway systems for Crossrail - Europe’s largest construction project.