We are EPC-UK. A leading UK force in the field of commercial explosives and drilling & blasting services.
Operating through five divisions; explosives, drilling & blasting, fuel additives, defence, and logistics, we provide unique services and operations using methods where safety is always considered the number one priority.
Our depth of experience, expertise and professionalism have made us one of the leading names in the drilling & blasting industry. Whether customers require consultancy, training or assistance with unusual projects, we can solve any challenge.
Supplying and servicing a diverse range of industries, we offer single-source solutions that meet customers’ individual needs. Our safety-focused divisions specialise in commercial explosives expertise, drilling & blasting accessories, and technical assistance & support.
EPC Metrics offers seismograph sales & hire, in addition to a comprehensive remote monitoring service for blast vibration and air over-pressure. Heightening safety, this specialist technology removes the need to manually download results in the field.
At EPC-UK, our methodically trained technicians and management teams work together to provide secure, safe and compliant services, suitable for handling, storing, transporting, integrating and testing explosives, weapons and associated hardware.
We provide secure transportation, purpose designed to successfully relocate restricted, licenced and protectively marked goods. Applying services from a specialist and comprehensive portfolio, we ensure your cargo arrives safely and on time.
Performing as an innovative organisation, with over 100 years of experience, we’re committed to investing in the latest processes and chemical production technologies, exceeding customer expectations, and developing and nurturing our valued workforce.
We live and breathe a clear set of core values as a group, which are summed up in the word SPIRIT.
Despite these uncertain times, at EPC-UK we’re continuing our efforts to support our employees’ health and wellbeing at work - as much as feasibly possible - starting with a ‘virtual coffee break’. Accessed through Microsoft Teams, the video call-in will chime with...
With storms and floods presenting difficulties for nature across the UK in recent weeks, it’s been a challenging time for our country’s bees. Our resident beekeeper, Andy Bailey, gives us a report of how February has faired over at the EPC-UK apiary.Stormy timesStorms...