AP Mechanical Engineering

Machinery Servicing &
Maintenance – Contracts & One-Off Services



Our Machinery Servicing & Maintenance Services

AP Mechanical Engineering has been providing high quality equipment and machinery servicing and maintenance services to manufacturers and other industrial firms in Plymouth, across Devon, Cornwall and the wider South West and the UK for over 20 years. We provide both one-off servicing and routine maintenance to our clients.

Our maintenance and servicing contracts help to minimise downtime and keep your equipment in tip top condition and working efficiently – ensuring that you optimise the return on investment in your equipment. If we do identify any issues during a routine service, we can carry out follow-up repairs to prevent any unexpected failure and machine downtime in the future.



Planned Maintenance and Servicing

We strongly recommend taking out a planned maintenance and servicing contract when investing in and installing a new piece of equipment. This can keep the machine operating reliably – maximising uptime, and can also prolong the service life of your mission-critical equipment.

When machinery is serviced regularly per the manufacturer’s requirements, potential problems with the machinery can be highlighted and rectified to prevent a break down situation causing unplanned downtime and loss of revenue.

Machinery Servicing and Maintenance - Lathe Repair - AP Mechanical Engineering


One-Off Machinery Servicing

We can also provide a one-off equipment service if you have a machine or piece of equipment that you don’t wish to take out a service contract for.

For all your equipment service and maintenance needs, contact our SafeContractor accredited team today.

Machinery Servicing and Maintenance - Conveyor Repair - AP Mechanical Engineering


Contact Us

To find out more about our electrical and mechanical engineering services, to book in a job or to discuss a project, please contact us by email by completing our contact form, or you can call us on 07715 471737.