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Lookin’ fresh – new additions to the Reekie fleet

In late February 2021 we took delivery of 4 new vans to our fleet. Keep your eyes peeled for our new fleet on the road.

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My Name’5 Doddie – Raffle

Reekie Machining Staff raised £236 for My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.

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Meet the staff – Alistair Rae

Alistair saw the job opportunity advertised in July 2020 for an Insitu Graduate Project Engineer.  After fighting off some tough international competition, he gladly accepted the job role in September 2020.  So here is a chance to find out more about one of the newest recruits to the Reekie team.

Inspiring The Next Generation

17/01/2020

During this past week, Josh Wheeler, a local high school pupil has been on his work experience here at Reekie Machining.

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Apprentices, following in the family footsteps

16/01/2020

We are delighted to welcome two new Apprentices to Reekie Machining. Jordan Richmond, has joined us as a 1st year Apprentice, in Mechanical Engineering with an emphasise on fitting...

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Cake, Cake and More Cake!

10/01/2020

When the question was put to the Reekie Machining staff, "Should we have a Macmillan Coffee Morning?"...

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Hot Off The Press!

10/01/2020

We are pleased to give you the first peek at the front and back cover of our NEW brochure that will be rolling hot off the press on Friday!

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Summer Internship at Reekie Machining

08/01/2020

This summer we are pleased to have taken on Gareth Mitchell, a 4th year student on a five year...

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INSITU MACHINING WORLDWIDE

07/06/2019

It has been a very busy couple of months at Reekie Machining and our Insitu Team are rapidly building up air miles to complete jobs Worldwide.  

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BUILDING CAPACITY

08/05/2019

Along with upgrading machines for vertical boring we also continue to build the capacity within the work shop for turning, installing a Takisawa EX-110 CNC centre lathe. 

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INVESTING IN DEVELOPMENT.

16/04/2019

At Reekie Machining we don’t like to sit around, so after the installation of the Giddings and Lewis, 5ft vertical borer last year we have already had it upgraded, through retro-fitting it with a new fanuc CNC  system.

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