Highly Skilled, Highly Precise.
DCE Holne specialises in producing high precision machinery components, mainly for use in the aerospace, defence, medical and telecommunication industries in the UK and throughout Europe.
Originally established by Reg Chapman in 1979, DCE Holne was acquired in Autumn 2020 and became part of the Edwin Lowe Group in early 2021.
Backed by a highly skilled workforce and experienced management team, DCE Holne has experienced continuous growth with the demand for its services steadily increasing. DCE Holne is located in the small Devonshire town of Buckfastleigh, which is in easy access to the A38 (The Devon Expressway) and the M5 motorway.
The company is led by managing directors Mohammed Kaleem, Gary Alden and Zanete Ferguson.
Since the acquisition, The Edwin Lowe Group has invested in additional machinery and IT, increasing capacity, capability and efficiency.
DCE Holne specialise in producing high precision machinery components, predominantly for use in the aerospace, defence, medical and telecommunication industries.
A high level of expertise has been developed in the machining of exotic alloys such as Kovar and Titanium. Customers throughout the UK and Europe are served from the extensive factory facilities in Devon.
DCE Holne are renowned specialists in the precision machining of fibre optic components, and are recognised internationally for superior quality.