Tru Systems – a leading supplier of technical automation products to the UK’s machine-building market – has moved from Oakworth in Keighley to bigger premises in Silsden, West Yorkshire.
Situated at Howden Hall Industrial Estate, within the waterside area of Silsden, approximately quarter of a mile from the town centre, Tru Systems’ new 2,500 sq ft unit gives the company increased capacity for storing stock and enhanced facilities including a dedicated clean work area for ball screws, to prevent any possible dust particle contamination.
The company has also invested in a bespoke cutting machine. With it, Tru Systems can cut linear rails and ball screws up to 100mm diameter, which will be of particular interest to the oil and gas and nuclear industries, where ball screws are used in countless applications. The investment also means Tru Systems can fulfil last minute orders at very short notice.
Mark Howlett, Tru Systems’ managing director said: “The move, together with our investment in technology, is the next stage in our development plans, in which we look to boost our reputation, expand our offer and increase our market share.
“We look forward to working with new clients and are confident that existing clients will benefit from our enhanced capacity and capabilities.”
Tru Systems specialises in the supply of linear bearings, ballscrews, ballscrew driven actuators, planetary gearboxes and pneumatic components to sectors including print, medical, bakery, nuclear, pharmaceutical and packaging.