Happy Holidays from us all at Armfield

While none of us could have predicted how tough 2020 was going to be, all of us at Armfield want to say a massive thank you for sticking with us throughout the year.

Armfield would not be where it is without our amazing customers and agents, due to your continued support we are able to head into 2021 full of confidence that further success is just around the corner.

Our office will close for the holiday on the 24th of December, returning on the 4th of January.

We will continue our evolution including the opening of the Armfield academy knowledge hub and the release of the new product catalogue early in 2021

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  1. Hello,
    In the early 1970s (1971-1972), I worked at Armfield Eng. Ltd in Ringwood, as a young engineer from Polytechnique de Lausanne (Switzerland). I worked under the direction of MM. Bradley and Senn. I carried out two missions as a Resident engineer:
    – in Denmark at Copenhagen, Lyngby University of Technology – where I was in charge of installing fluid flow study channels for their hydraulics laboratory
    – in Zambia at the Mansa region, for the installation of a 1 MW hydraulic turbine for the Zambian electricity company.
    Today retired and almost 50 years after my activity at Armfield, I would like to get in touch with you. I guess all the people I worked with at Armfield at that time are either retired or sadly passed away. I remember very well MM. Bradley and Senn with whom I had many professional relationships and also Bob Breton, unfortunately deceased some years ago, with whom I kept in touch for many years (he had become my daughter’s godfather). When I was in Ringwood, I used to leave together within the family of one of the employee of Armfield (unfortunately I don’t remember jis name)
    It would be with immense joy if someone could answer me and send me some testimony of your Society with whom I have kept fond memories throughout my life.
    I look forward to hearing from you, cordially,
    Claude A. Genier

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