History

1987

Lawrence Waller sets up AMI on a small site in Hartlepool, UK.

1998

DMI (Diesel Marine International) acquire AMI Exchangers Ltd.

2001

Lawrence Waller retires from his position at AMI Exchangers.

2007

New purpose-built two storey factory extension is erected in August.

2009

New CNC machining centre is purchased.

2010             

Two new production lines are installed to increase capacity following record order levels.

2010

AMI Exchangers wins the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the international trade category for the export of their units around the world.

2012

AMI acquires the business of Applied Cooling Technologies (ACT) of Fort Myers, Florida, manufacturers of marine heat exchangers and charge air coolers.

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