Happy New Year!
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13 April 2021
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The team at M.R. Machine Knives Ltd. would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our customers, suppliers and contractors a Happy New Year. We hope that the Christmas break was enjoyable for all, and that everyone is ready for what 2019 has to offer us all!

2018 was a successful year yet again, our growth continued to improve thanks to the success of the launching of new products, the Anuga trade show, and increased investment in new areas of production. Our new website gained us further global interest, so keep your eyes peeled for changes in this matter, as our website is constantly being updated!

2019 brings new ideas, new staff and new goals for M.R. Machine Knives Ltd. and we’d like to invite all of our contacts to join us for the journey. We are aiming to put further investment into our new facility, forwarding our belief in continuous development, and reinforcing our determination towards indefinite growth.

If you have any questions about our products in 2019, please feel free to call the office on +44 (0) 1909 519 815 at anytime and we will try our best to assist you.

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