With manufacturing plants in the UK, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic which support customers from across the world and a new plant currently under construction in China, BRUSH is a truly global presence. Each of these plants has been designated as a Centre of Excellence for the design and manufacture of high voltage generators and power management systems.
The resources of these plants enable BRUSH to offer its customers an unrivalled production capability for their current needs – and to prepare for the changing demands of customers into the future.
Blair Illingworth - Chief Executive for BRUSH Group
BRUSH manufacture Turbogenerators that are unsurpassed in their design, quality and reliability. BRUSH machines are installed and trusted in over 130 countries worldwide for petrochemical and process industries, offshore oil platforms, marine and dockside applications, heavy industry, mining and mineral sites and power generation utilities.
BRUSH tackle the most challenging projects, and offer equipment and services to meet the most demanding specifications. Backed by industry-leading quality assurance measures, all equipment complies with the relevant European, American and International standard specifications, and all three manufacturing sites are registered to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 governing the quality of design, manufacture and service.
For BRUSH, quality is the highest priority, a demand that is practiced by our top management and is just as important in the sales departments, product development, mechanical and electrical engineering, software development, installation & start-up and the service departments.
Quality is a driving factor so much so that we also have to demand and ensure that we get the same standard from our suppliers.
BRUSH defines Corporate Social Responsibility, or CSR, as the impact its businesses have on its employees, partners, customers, shareholders, the environment and both the local and international community. Through CSR, BRUSH is able to engage with its stakeholders and local communities, building relationships of trust and integrity; to demonstrate concern for the environment through energy saving initiatives, promotion of renewable energy and improved product and process efficiencies; and to maintain safe, reliable operation through careful monitoring of health and safety incidents and regular review of working practices. It is for these reasons that BRUSH firmly believes good CSR practice is not only desirable in its own right but also makes good business sense.
The policy provides an open and transparent account of the activities and performance of the Group and its subsidiary businesses in what has been identified as the three key areas of CSR.
BRUSH’s continuing progress in CSR demonstrates it is a company that:
BRUSH is situated adjacent to a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) comprising one of the largest remaining examples of unimproved alluvial flood meadow in Leicestershire. Nationally this habitat is becoming scarce due to changes in agriculture and flood plain development.
We are consistently working to and have achieved the internationally recognised environmental standard for ISO 14001. The certifications can be viewed via the following links...