Construction has been completed on our new 8500 sq ft. warehouse which we are now fully operating from. The new building is situated adjacent to our main warehouse here in Sittingbourne, Kent.
To complement our impressive extrusion range we have used the new building to accommodate our ever growing stock levels of flat rolled products allowing us to be the one stop shop for all of your aluminium requirements.
We are now fully stocked on sheet and plate products in specs including 1050, 6082, 5083, plus various tooling plate brands and have capabilities to cut to your required dimensions in thicknesses ranging from 2mm up to 6” on our high-spec, fm8 Schelling plate saw.
Our unrivalled lead times and competitive pricing make us hard to beat, so give us a try today.
Construction is currently underway for a brand new building on our existing premises with an estimated completion date of 1st February.
It has been an active last few months for the team at Doré Metal Services. After previous sporting activity being mainly consigned to playing golf and watching from sofas, the Doré Metals team are having a flourish of activity including running and cycling, whilst at the same time helping to support some extremely worthy causes.
Aluminum is one of the most common types of metals. It is used for the construction of buildings, to the coke can on your desk to even a bike frame. – Not only is it one of the most common types of metals, it is one of the most popular for jewellery. Aside from Gold and Silver. Doré have decided to write a guide to show the correct way of cutting aluminum.
Rust occurs when the metal structure is revealed to oxygen and moisture and can cost businesses money and affect productivity and can even be dangerous if not treated correctly. In one of the worst cases of corrosion from rust, an oil tanker named Erika in 1999 was carrying 10 billions Continue reading
It has been a busy time recently at Doré Metals, and we are always looking for to improve and expand upon the services we offer. Continue reading
Initially it looks like a piece of junk, just a load of old scrap and although you could say it is, this sculpture made by the famous Tom Every and it is such a phenomenal piece of art. Bringing out the elements and detail of these pieces of metal, some pieces dating back hundreds of years. ‘Every had been collecting scrap metal for over 30 years and after finally leaving his business in industrial wrecking and salvaging he renamed himself as “Dr. Evermor” and began Forevertron.
In this blog we will explain how metals are made, more specifically; Aluminium. A material which here at Dore Metal Services, we supply to companies of all sizes throughout the UK and Europe. We are going to start from right when aluminium is first at its raw material to when it’s eventually the kettles in our kitchen or any other aluminium product.