Huxley Bertram Engineering Ltd.

Huxley Bertram Engineering Ltd.

Design and build of special purpose machinery for manufacture, assembly test and research.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 203 160
Address: 53 Pembroke Avenue, Waterbeach
Postcode: CB25 9QP
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.huxleybertram.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

Huxley Bertram are a Cambridge-based engineering and automation company capable of starting from a blank sheet to delivering a bespoke special purpose machine.  We will provide consultancy, prototypes, technology demonstrators, bench top test units through to fully automated production machines.

Our turnkey engineering solutions often incorporate pick and place, servo-hydraulic control, robotics, vision systems, PLC/ PC based control, process analytical technology (PAT) and clean room automation. Having supplied over 1000 bespoke engineering solutions, regarded as experts with an innovative approach, we are well placed to serve the pharmaceutical, medical device, electronic and other technology driven markets.

We will challenge your requirements to ensure you receive what is truly needed.  The hallmark of our approach is "useful creativity", which results in a solution where simplicity, appropriateness and the aesthetic are combined.

We are passionate about engineering and desire to be involved in all aspects of your project, from discussing the initial issues and design inception, right through to system creation, delivery and commissioning. With the technical capability and creative skills to solve design problems economically, Huxley Bertram deliver the complete solution.

We are different, why not call us now and find out why.

9 tonnes of precision test gear

Huxley Bertram deliver another successful piece of bespoke automation

Huxley Bertram Engineering Ltd, specialists in designing and building bespoke engineering systems, recently supplied a 9 tonne piece of automation to a multinational company. This bespoke solution enables engineers to produce accurate test data while operating under considerable loads.

15 May 2012Read in full