Burlen welcomes customers back to the shop from the 12th April. Temporary opening hours Monday to Thursday 09:00 – 17:00 & Friday 09:00 – 16:30.

 

Burlen Ltd are world renowned for their specialist engineering and manufacturing of classic vehicle fuel systems and components. Expanding on our successful business is a key part of our future vision, with a commitment to heritage products whilst also expanding into new technologies.

Following significant investment into the latest technology and machinery, we are now looking for the right person to lead our busy machine shop and take it to the next level; a manager who is committed to the success of our investment by helping us achieve our ambitions.

The role focuses on managing workflow through the machine shop, programming, organising our team of operators and maintaining machinery effectiveness.Candidates will be able to show that they have significant experience in managing similar environments and will be able to work with other departments to excel in providing the right solutions for both busy production lines and complex, unique R&D projects.

An in depth understanding of CNC programming and operating is essential and the candidate will be able to show, through qualifications or prior experience, that they are able to confidently apply their abilities to further improve our production capability and capacity.

Those able to show they have a solid understanding of the Siemens operating system and DMG machinery would be at a distinct advantage and previous work with, or knowledge of, other processes such as laser cutting and sheet metalwork would be of interest.

In addition to the above, prior experience or knowledge of additive manufacturing techniques would also be highly advantageous to an applicant. A fantastic opportunity to join a thriving business at a really exciting moment in its broad and interesting history.

Generous holiday entitlement, company pension and death in service schemes included. Salary £40,000 – 50,000 a year depending on experience/ability. Interested parties should forward a covering letter explaining why they believe they would be suitable, together with their CV to cate.leney@burlen.co.uk . Please include ‘MACHINE SHOP’ as the email subject to avoid becoming junk mail! New applications will not be considered once we have filled the position! 

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The 77th Goodwood Members meetings is almost upon us and once again we will be attending the event. Our stand is located in the chicane shopping area near the bonhams auction where staff will be on hand to help with all your carburetion queries. In addition we will have a range of our caps for sale at the event.

 

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We are now on Instagram

11/08/2017 09:14

You can now follow us on Instagram @burlenltd. by clicking the link at the top of this page!

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The hill is closed, the sun is setting and we're pulling the tent pegs up. Another glorious day at Pre War Prescott. See you next year!

Prescott Close

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'Loud' doesn't really explain it!

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A Sunday driver.... On a Saturday!

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Pre War Prescott SkinnerJust loading up the Skinner Special ready for the short cross country skip to Prescott!

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The Stayup floats are suitable for use with the CD Stromberg carburetters that used different floats to the usual CD design. These were used mostly by Triumph on the TR4 and 4A in the mid 60’s and also the early CD 150 on Triumph Vitesse and 2000 in the mid 60’s – early 70’s.

CDZX 1

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Welcome to our new webstore

22/02/2013 11:32

After many years of faithful service, we thought it was finally time to retire the old site and replace it with a slicker, more advanced website.

We’ve refreshed the design and layout and have restructured our product catalogue into, what we hope, is a more enjoyable online shopping experience. We’ve also linked our news sections in with our social media activity which will keep you informed on what we’re up to. Be sure to ‘like’ us on Facebook and add us on Twitter to keep abreast of the latest news, if you’re into that sort of thing!

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