Neida are proud to support DougieMac

Everyday, the Dougie Mac Hospice provides all hospice services free of charge to over 3,000 adults with life-limiting illnesses in the North Staffordshire area and also provides supportive care for their families and carers. 

We must not forget the hospice needs to raise in excess of £12 million this year to maintain the services, with 80% of the money raised coming from voluntary donations.

Throughout the year Neida will be organising a number of fundraising activities as well as supporting hospice events such as the Golf Day and defending our reigning title at the Big Quiz in June.

About Neida

Formed in 1969, Neida have experienced significant growth within the precision turned parts industry to become a leading global supplier enabling them to service all markets worldwide.

An extensive investment programme, with the aims of maximising quality and increasing competitiveness, has not only led to the growth of Neida but also forms the platform upon which the organisation's success is based. This philosophy allows the company to remain at the forefront of the turned parts industry, the benefits of which are shared with all our customers.

With a wide engineering skill set the company has been able to excel in the primary market of Turned and Milled parts as well as offering engineering solutions for componentry or assembly of componentry.

Whether it be ground, welded, pressed or mechanically assembled the company offer their expertise to supply the complete solution.

Neida are committed to meeting customers' precise requirements and providing them with a complete solution. From design consultation expertise through manufacture and supply to stock control and management, Neida have been able to play a leading role in minimising its customers’ quality costs, enhancing production efficiency as a result.

Douglas Macmillan Hospice

Douglas Macmillan Hospice provide care and support to adults and families facing a life limiting illness in North Staffordshire. All Hospice services are completely free of charge and the Hospice needs to raise over £11 million to maintain these services. The Hospice relies on the continued generosity of supporters

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