Woodwork Machinery Services (WMS) supplies, services and repairs woodwork machinery throughout the South West of England and South Wales. It was set up in 2009 by Jeremy Danson, and incorporated as a limited company in 2016. Our customers include educational and training facilities, joinery workshops, timber suppliers, a number of commercial furniture companies and large construction projects.
Our factory trained engineers will ensure that all your woodworking machinery is safe to use and performing to maximum efficiency, enabling you to deliver the very best results for your customers and staff.
We offer a prompt and reliable service, which can be offered on an ad hoc basis or as part of a maintenance agreement. As well as servicing and repairing machinery, we specify new machines, upgrades and parts which are tailored to your unique production requirements.
Our aim is for WMS to become the "go to" company for the supply and service of woodwork machinery in the South West.
Jeremy set up Woodwork Machinery Services in 2009, having worked as an agricultural engineer which gave him experience in a wide range of skills. In 1999 he joined Pemdor Crosby as a maintenance engineer, working on various plant in the production of timber and composite doors; picking up a wealth of experience working with 3 phase power and control circuits whilst managing a maintenance team. He next joined SCM Group (UK) Limited as a service engineer, specialising in “solid wood” machinery and Window lines. SCM was a great company to work for, but working away from home a lot led him to set up WMS; establishing it as a limited company in 2016.
In his spare time Jeremy is actively involved in the management of Stogumber Cricket Club, his local ground. He also enjoys clay pigeon shooting and spending time during the shooting season with his working spaniels. Not one to turn down a challenge, Jeremy has also taken part in various cycling challenges for charity.
Taylor has worked as an engineer for WMS since 2017, having worked as a maintenance engineer previously at Callera.
Taylor is qualified with a Level 3 BTEC in Engineering Operations and Maintenance at Bridgwater College and completed factory training for SCM machines at its campus in Rimini, Italy.
Taylor is responsible for helping to maintain the strong customer relations in the company, and is adaptable working individually or as part of a team. He is excited about the expansion of the company and helping WMS to develop and grow over the coming years.
In his spare time, Taylor enjoys cricket, golf, football, sports and shooting.
Chris joined Woodwork Machinery Services in summer 2020, having worked for the previous six years as an engineer for Stenner, building and installing machines for the Devon-based company.
Chris brings extensive knowledge of the Stenner product range, together with a strong engineering background, having studied for an NVQ3 at Bicton College as an agricultural field service engineer.
In his spare time Chris enjoys being involved with the Carnival Club and has a passion for engaging his general engineering skills in hobbies and creative crafts.