Duraquip: The Forefront Of Material Handling Attachment Manufacture in the UK

Duraquip has launched as a leader in the realm of manufacturing material handling equipment that is super efficient & delivers superb lifetime value. More information at https://www.duraquip.uk/

Wigton, United Kingdom - January 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Duraquip are a new Material Handling Equipment Manufacturing brand operating from Cumbria and supplying industrial clients across the UK. The new brand of Tweddle Engineering has been launched to become a front runner in the realm of manufacturing material handling equipment that is functional, efficient and delivers extraordinary lifetime value..

Duraquip has been operating in the industrial material handling market for 3 months and competes against notable businesses such as Cherry Products Ltd and Strimech Engineering Ltd. They have been able to make such a strong impression on the market and gain reputation by using years of fabrication experience based on the founder’s own agricultural background from which, the company has developed high level expertise to supply the nuclear sector with bespoke fabrication solutions. That experience in both agriculture and the highest tech environments has enabled Tweddle to develop the Duraquip line of material handling and plant haulage attachments that deliver superb efficiency with extraordinary lifetime value. Many of these products are developments of the range of agricultural handling equipment, that have been refined in the light of experience meeting the stringent demands of the nuclear, renewable energy and timber processing industries..

Joe Watson, Duraquip’s Director spoke about its recent launch, expanding on some of the decisions and motivations that will lead the business to the level it aspires to.

“When Duraquip was founded, it was made abundantly clear we wanted to be the kind of company that was known for providing safe and exceptionally cost effective, high quality solutions for material handling and small plant haulage in industrial environments. We aim to exceed our customers’ expectations of lifetime value for the kind of basic equipment that is used day in and day out. In the longer term the brand is focussed on designing and developing an even wider range of problem solving heavy-duty maintenance equipment solutions.. One of the biggest challenges we faced was pivoting the efforts and expertise of our primarily agricultural material handling equipment business to focus on the needs of industrial environments the company had begun to work in: where existing material handling solutions were often seen to be very inadequate and sometimes interfered with our work.. Fortunately, with some good people behind us in the parent company Tweddle Engineering; they have always invested heavily in developing staff skills and capabilities. This gives our highly trained and well qualified staff the freedom for their creative flair can help develop real solutions instead of “just another bucket”! There is a fanatical focus on quality assurance which is based on Tweddle’s existing quality system that is already BS EN ISO 9001:2015 compliant. So far we have been able to overcome every obstacle and really hit our stride.”

Joe Watson also mentioned Duraquip’s future plans to develop as a separate brand so that the new equipment range can become a familiar and trusted name to a wide industrial market! It’s the hope of the company that Duraquip will grow to be the recognised brand for the supply of loader buckets, rehandling buckets, log grabs, sweeper brushes, trailers and work platforms; because of their industry leading lifetime value to our clients..

Duraquip plans to maintain its position at the forefront of manufacturing material handling equipment that is functional, efficient and delivers extraordinary lifetime value. for years to come, building on its success, finding new ways to serve its community, customers and the UK industrial world at large.

More information on Duraquip can be found at their website: https://www.duraquip.uk/

Contact Info:
Name: Joe Watson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Duraquip
Address: Hangar K1.D Kirkbride, Wigton, Cumbria CA7 5HP, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-16973-51027
Website: https://www.duraquip.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 469413

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