Chinchilla News - - SPORT -

THE lo­cal econ­omy may have flat­tened out a bit since the end of the min­ing boom – but at BM and MJ Davies Weld­ing in Chin­chilla’s North Street, no­body seems to have no­ticed. “We’ve been very busy since last Novem­ber – flat out in fact,” busi­ness owner Bern Davies said. Maybe that has some­thing to do with the qual­ity and di­ver­sity of work the busi­ness puts out, the way cus­tomers come back again and again. “We do a wide range of work,” Bern said. “Cus­tomers want some­thing unique – there’s al­ways some­body want­ing some­thing dif­fer­ent. “We build any­thing the way they want it.” And what they want is ev­ery­thing from ser­vice skids, machin­ery re­pairs, trail­ers and trays. “We’ve just fin­ished a cot­ton bail gath­erer,” Bern said. “We do alu­minium canopies, mo­bile fuel tanks, mo­bile ser­vice units – and ute trays are a big part of our work.” The farmer-turned welder worked for his brother’s com­pany for more than 25 years, so he knows a thing or two about his craft, and the cus­tomers who need it. BM and MJ Davies Weld­ing is a small fam­ily busi­ness run by Bern, with his son Matt and an ap­pren­tice – and the work qual­ity speaks for it­self. Visit www.face­­ing/ for more de­tails.

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