​As part of our dedication to ‘continual improvement’, both our 'radiographic inspection' and 'final inspection' departments are currently being upgraded.
​The Year of Engineering is a government campaign, which celebrates the world and wonder of engineering.
This week Maycast took time out to enjoy a slice of cake and celebrate one of our team reaching 25 years’ service at the company. Richard Swift, Supervisor of our Fettling department joined Nokes Foundry (as it was then known) in March 1993.
This week Maycast continued a very valuable and proud tradition of celebrating long service at the company. This time it was to recognise 25 years loyal service from Dave Blower, Sales Director.
Congratulations to Linda Carter for completing 40 years of continuous service.
Our brand new Haas UMC-750 universal machining centre has now arrived and is up and running!
Maycast Nokes continues to invest in the latest equipment with the arrival of our latest HAAS UMC750 machine.
Our brand new Haas UMC750 5-axis universal machining centre is almost here.
Two Halstead factory workers are to be rewarded after clocking up a combined 90 years of service. When Dennis Bryant joined precision engineering firm Maycast-Nokes (then Evans Foundry) in 1965 Harold Wilson was Prime Minister, Armchair Theatre was a popular TV programme and England had never won the football world cup.
An Essex engineer has collected a national award for her ‘fabulous’ work.
A leading Essex engineering company has launched a recruitment drive to help meet growing demands after recording its highest ever annual turnover. Maycast-Nokes in Halstead, is recruiting up 20 new employees after reaching an annual turnover of £6m for 2013-2014, with the company predicting a further increase of up to £6.5m for 2014-2015.
Farnborough International Airshow 2020 - Event has been CANCELLED due to COVID19
Farnborough International Airshow 2020 - Event has been canceled due to COVID19
Maycast proudly welcomed another new addition to the machine shop recently.
Join us in welcoming our new apprentices Emma and Will.
​UK aerospace and defence foundry, Maycast-Nokes Precision Engineering Ltd, has been awarded a ‘highly commended‘ rating at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards finals.
Maycast-Nokes is pleased to announce the successful management buyout of Maycast-Nokes. The team comprising of Steve Wallings (Managing Director), Dave Blower (Sales Director) and Derek Redgwell (Finance Director) completed the transaction on Thursday 5th December 2019.
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Josh & Adam successfully complete their apprenticeships with Maycast-Nokes
A long established Essex engineering company is launching its second recruitment drive this year. Halstead based Maycast-Nokes took its workforce to more than 150 after it recruited 25 new members of staff back in April.
The National Apprenticeship Awards, now in their fourteenth year, showcase the diverse range of sectors engaged with apprenticeships and celebrate outstanding apprentices and brilliant employers. Hosted by the National Apprenticeship Service, the awards recognise excellence in businesses that grow their own talent with apprenticeships and apprentices who have made a significant contribution to their workplaces. They provide businesses and individuals with a platform to showcase how apprenticeships have made a real difference to their organisation and their careers. They provide a national platform to allow individuals and businesses to share their stories about how apprenticeships have made a real difference to their careers and allowed their organisation to thrive. ​The evening will start with a drinks reception from 18:00 and will be followed by a dinner, during which the prestigious awards will be presented.
Our new brochure is now available for download. Simply click on the image below to start.
Our new NDT and Metallurgical Services brochure is now available for download. Please click on the image below to start.
Representatives from an Essex manufacturer received a surprise visit from none other than Prime Minister David Cameron during a recent trade show. Simon Gill, Business Development Manager at Halstead precision-engineering company Maycast-Nokes and his project engineer colleague Mike Poyner received the surprise visit from Mr Cameron when exhibiting in the trade section of the Farnborough International Airshow.

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