This section is updated regularly with the latest Company News & Press Releases from Gallay.
Gallay factory expanding again
A new extension is under construction at Gallay in Wellingborough, and will be completed by the end of 2018.
This will offer Gallay an additional 6000 square feet of production space due to our continued expansion.
1911 Gallay Radiator is Famous!
A radiator manufactured by Gallay Limited, in our factory is Scrubs Lane, London, was number 7009 off the production line in 1911.
It was destined for the UNIC taxi factory in Puteaux, Paris.
The completed taxi was returned to London to retailers Mann & Overton in Wandsworth, London and sold into the London taxi trade in 1912.
The vehicle is still running today with the original Gallay radiator intact, and the taxi has appeared on television in several programmes; “The Woman in Black”, “Parade’s End”, “Wonder Woman”, “The Man Who Knew Infinity”, also 5 series of “Downton Abbey” and 4 series of “Mr Selfridge”
New Manufacturing Equipment 2018
Gallay have recently installed several new pieces of equipment to increase production at our Wellingborough facility.
Included are a new mill turn CNC machine, an Amada sheet metal laser profiling machine, Faro inspection arm, Addison CNC cut off, 6 meter carousel racking store, and a large enclosed shot blasting cabin.
Gallay continue to invest in new machinery and equipment to maintain service levels to our customers.
Gallay will be exhibiting at a number of events in 2018.
For full details view our Exhibitions page
Gallay / Becool achieve ISO 9001:2015
We are pleased to announce that Gallay and Becool are now certified to the ISO 9001:2015 quality standard.
You can download our Quality Certificates here
Renowned automotive journalist and historian, Giles Chapman, wrote a fascinating article in May 2017 AUTOMOBILE magazine about the early years of Gallay and the Delaneys in the United Kingdom
Read the article here
Quality Excellence at Gallay
In August 2016, Gallay was re-certified to ISO9001. No findings were raised.