Name: Tandom Metallurgical
Industry/sector: Manufacturing and engineering
Date founded: 2008
The boss: Tom Muir
Location: North West
Latest turnover: 58.2m
Three-year compound growth rate (%): 47.18
Latest EBITDA: 2.4m
Tandom Metallurgical Group is based in Cheshire but its operations are global. The metal business supports a number of activities in the sector, including the consumption, tolling and trading of metals.
Working on everything from aluminium alloys to supporting the steel industry, melting and factory clearance are among the services the firm provides to clients.
The diversity of metals and offerings the company works with means that it keeps competitors at bay with the ability to deliver competitive pricing. Tandom Metallurgical also keeps business growing, achieving a CAGR of 47.18 per cent and a revenue of 58.2m, by providing reliable support to clients.
In 2008 the firm came to operate as Tandom after AL Resources and Integrali was forged to trade together under one company name, both of which were successful. A year after and scientific-research engineering firm Chinook Sciences supported the company’s growth by purchasing Tandom shares.
Growth continued to follow and in 2009, the business bought the premises of FE Mottram, one of the UK’s largest aluminium producers.
Describing the scale, the firm said: Combining the expertise and years of experience of these three companies, together with the five-acre Congleton site, a near-perfect platform to drive the business forward was created.
Tandom has both the in-depth knowledge and specialist facilities to process most grades of material to exploit their full value and therefore enhance its position as a market leader in the scrap metal sector.