About QK Honeycomb Products
At QK, we take nature’s strongest cell structure to meet our customers’ needs for lightweight panels. Our extensive product portfolio is supported by 50 years of experience in tandem with our modern UK manufacturing facilities. In delivering this solution we value our customers, our environment and our staff.
QK Honeycomb Products Ltd, formerly Quinton & Kaines (Holdings) Ltd, is a subsidiary of Tex Holdings plc, which is publicly quoted on the London Stock Exchange.
With headquarters in Stowmarket, Suffolk, QK Honeycomb Products is also the UK’s foremost manufacturer of furniture for touring and motor caravans, of which most is produced at our second factory in Brigg, Lincolnshire.
The company’s production facilities include:
- Stowmarket, Suffolk – 40,000 sq.ft. factory
- Brigg, North Lincolnshire – 25,000 sq.ft. factory
Equipment and machinery:
- State of the art automated panel shaping and edge banding CNC’s
- Multiple CNC and nesting machines
- Three membrane presses
- Five multi-daylight platen presses
- Various curved panel presses
Taken in combination, this represents the latest technology for pressing and processing both flat and curved doors and panels.
Tex Holdings plc incorporates
BSP With a tradition for leading the market, the British Steel Piling Company, nearly a 100 years ago, pioneered the use of steel sheet piling in the United Kindom.
TEX Plastics has positioned it’s business at the forefront of technology. Major investment in manufacturing plant and resources continues to be the theme of strategic growth in leading market centres.
Tex Engineering Limited specialises in the manufacture of road construction equipment, stainless steel kiosks for various applications and the supply of Geotextiles for building and construction work’
Tex ATC design, manufacture and install Air Traffic Control Rooms (ATCRs)
Tex ATC has developed the next generation of ATCRs in response to growing Worldwide demand for ever higher standards.
For over 30 years, Eurotex International has been responsible for the continuing operation of essential diesel engines and associated equipment throughout the world, especially those manufactured by Paxman, Valenta and Caterpillar (CAT).