The business was founded on toolroom practices and over the years has produced components for all of the major textile machine manufacturers. When the two partners retired in 1989, the business was taken over by Brian Cox (George’s son) and John Smallman.
Following the takeover, the business moved steadily forward as the two partners invested in modern CNC machine tools; enabling them to manufacture components for the machine tool market.
Through it’s use of CNC and conventionally operated machinery - all operated by it’s highly skilled workforce - R.O.C is now able to offer a wide range of machining services.
In recent years, the business has moved to a modern and spacious premises in Queniborough, Leicestershire; thus enabling more varied work to be carried out.