The YAS Hotel, Abu Dhabi
European Parliament Building, Brussels
James Joyce Bridge, Dublin
Angle Ring Premises, Tipton
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There have been a lot of changes in the export market in recent years, and we have adapted our offering at Angle Ring to ensure we continue to provide a robust and cost effective service to our international customers.

We are proud to offer the UK’s largest steel bending range from our single site production facility in Tipton, West Midlands, and play a key part in the global supply chain for a wide range of industry sectors.

Our vast range of metal bending machinery means we can offer the most suitable solutions for your export project, no matter how intricate or unique it may be, or where it is located.

We’re also up to date with all the latest internationally approved safety and quality standards to give you added peace of mind.

Contact our export department on +44 (0)121 557 7241 or [email protected] to see how we can help with your next export enquiry.

Download our Export brochure here


Where do you export to?

We regularly ship to Southern Ireland and mainland & Eastern Europe, but also further afield such as Scandinavia and the Middle East

What international standards do you operate to?

We operate to industry standard ISO9001, ISO3834 & CE marking accreditation

What industries do you supply to?

We supply to all key industry sectors, such as Architectural and Construction, Civil Engineering, Defence, Energy, Industrial, Manufacturing and Offshore markets.

What services do you offer?

We offer all our key metal bending services to international markets, including Section Bending, Induction Bending, Press Braking, Plate Rolling, Spiral & Helical Bending, Tube Manipulation and Welding & Fabrication.

What methods of transportation are used for delivery?

We have an excellent relationship with a team of reliable & experienced hauliers and are able to offer customs clearance & DAP delivery as per pre-Brexit operations. The majority of our orders are delivered by road, but we also ship further afield in containers.

What currencies are accepted for payment?

We can accept payment in many currencies, including £ Sterling & € Euros.

Meet our Export Manager: Sam Baker

As part of our continued service to international markets, we would like to introduce our Export Manager, Sam Baker, who has a vast amount of experience in managing customer requirements across the globe.

Fluent in multiple languages, Sam is on hand to assist with any metal bending requirements you may have that cannot be sourced in your local territory.

+44 (0)121 557 7241
[email protected]

Read our Export case studies:

Superunification lands in Ireland with the help of Angle Ring’s induction bent tubes

The export department at Tipton based metal bending specialists, Angle Ring Company, have set sail over the Irish Sea once again, this time providing a range of induction bent tubes for a wonderful piece of public art at Honeypark in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland.


To infinity and beyond as Cyprus planetarium takes shape with the help of UK metal bending specialists

The export department at Tipton based metal bending specialists, Angle Ring Company, has been busy producing a range of cold bent Rectangular Hollow Sections for the development of a new planetarium in Cyprus.


Chur Bahnhof station – Switzerland

Our export department had the pleasure of supplying some of the curved steelwork for the roof structure at the Chur Bahnhof station in Switzerland, which you can see here set against the wonderful backdrop of the Swiss Alps.


Angle Ring finds perfect formula for Abu Dhabi landmark

Abu Dhabi isn’t just the climax of the Formula One season, it also represents a pinnacle of achievement for Tipton-based steel bending firm Angle Ring who recently executed a contract worth over a quarter of a million pounds for bending large diameter steel tubes for the Yas Island Hotel, which forms the centrepiece of the Formula One circuit.


James Joyce Bridge, Dublin

The Angle Ring Company Limited undertook the bend forming of tubular steelwork used in the construction of the James Joyce Bridge in Dublin. The bridge which spans the Liffey between Ellis Quay and Ushers Island, features twin pedestrianised walkways and viewing areas on each side of a central four-lane section carrying road traffic.


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