The United Kingdom’s market-leading tubing & profile manufacturer, Transam Extrusions Limited, continues to invest in Davis-Standard extrusion equipment. Transam, based in Barton-Le-Clay, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, has experienced significant growth over the past decade and is regarded as one of the UK’s leading plastic pipe manufacturers, producing a wide range of both flexible and rigid plastic pipes and profiles up to 180 mm wide.
The relationship between the two companies has grown over the past decade and has included investment in new Davis-standard extruders, screw technology and other downstream equipment to support the company’s growing business.
“Davis-Standard’s expertise, dedication, and responsiveness to their customers go beyond all expectations,” said Russell Brazier, Managing Director, Transam. “Their equipment is extremely reliable, screw technology second to none and we’ve been delighted with the technical staff that supports and help us to concentrate on our growing business in the United Kingdom.”
Most recently, Transam added a new Davis-Standard EB50 EuroBlue extruder. The EB50 EuroBlue is the sixth Davis-standard extruder, with associated downstream, to be installed at Transam. The machine was ordered and delivered within 5 days, resulting in minimal production delays for Transam’s clients. In addition, Transam purchased a custom-built Davis-Standard water-bath specifically designed for the company’s unique business requirements.
Transam operates a reinvestment program, which ensures a proportion of their annual profits are allocated for re-investment back into their business in the form of new equipment. They are passionate about British manufacturing and are dedicated to offering their clients quality product with excellent service.
For more information about Transam Extrusions Limited, visit www.transamltd.co.uk. For more information about Davis-Standard’s extrusion capabilities and support from the company’s UK facility covering EMEA, contact Mark Woodgate at firstname.lastname@example.org