Local MP, Stephen Kinnock Visits Rhino

January 24th 2018

Local MP, Stephen Kinnock, paid a visit to Rhino Doors Headquarters in Port Talbot. On the visit, Mr Kinnock was given a tour of the factory to view the processes involved in manufacturing our attack resistant, vehicle ram resistant, blast resistant, flood proof, and fire resistant doors and gates.

Speaking after the visit, Mr Kinnock said,

‘It was a terrific visit to Rhino Doors to see how they design, manufacture, install and maintain specialised doors and gates. The company play an important role producing doors for the nuclear industry, Ministry of Defence and many, many more companies. They are a great example of Welsh engineering and manufacturing.’


March 27th 2020

COVID-19 Statement – A message from Managing Director, Stuart Lawrence

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Rhino Doors has taken the decision to suspend all workshop and site-based activity as of Friday 27th March. Activities will remain suspended until Friday 1st May 2020.


February 20th 2020

Rhino calls for rail projects to use more effective fire doors

Rhino Doors, one of the UK’s leading providers of pre-engineered and bespoke, primary and multi-performance rated doors for the rail industry, has today called for global rail infrastructure projects to consider using more effective fire doors. The call for change follows the completion of tests on a new lighter, more cost-effective, fire door which has […]