The humble seeds of Crompton Mouldings stretch back to 1878 when the incorporation of REB Crompton took place. Our founder was one of the great entrepreneurial industrialists and inventors of his time whose legacy forms the foundation of our companies key engineering principles that we still hold dearly today. Since those early days the company has experienced many owners and at one point was part of the largest Engineering Company in the UK (Invensys) at £10 billion turnover. Crompton Mouldings Ltd became an independent company in 2007 and has since forged a reputation for being one of the most reliable and progressive Rotational Moulding companies in the UK. Based in Brighouse operating from 2 manufacturing sites and forming an essential part of the Crompton Group, which includes Crompton Controls www.cromptoncontrols.co.uk and Turnell and Odell www.toengineering.co.uk. We now stand together as a formidable niche engineering group offering unrivalled quality, service and expertise to customers worldwide.
Approved to ISO 9001 2015, our exacting quality standards are constantly being enhanced and remain at the heart of everything we do. We accept a great responsibility with every single order bestowed upon us and our commitment is to continue exceeding their rightfully demanding expectations.
Crompton Mouldings Ltd are committed to achieving the highest standards of environmental performance. Whether it’s reducing our carbon footprint or promoting the use of recycled materials in our products. Crompton Mouldings Ltd continues to strive for real environmental results in everything we do, employing best practice to minimise pollution and waste and maximise the efficient use of resources.
Health and Safety
Crompton Mouldings Ltd aim to organise a system of work that is safe, protect the health of all involved, and to take due care for the protection of others likely to be effected by our activities. Crompton Mouldings Ltd will also conduct their work activities in a way that will achieve the highest possible standard of health and safety for their employees, visitors and members of the public as required by law. Committing to safety by providing adequate resources for instruction, information and compliance within the bounds of Health and Safety legislation.