Monday, November 29, 2021

Derby manufacturer expands into neighbouring property

Tidyco, a producer of hose assemblies for the rail industry, has acquired an adjacent unit to house the expansion of its overhaul and refurbishment department.

In order to make the building fit for purpose, renovations have started with an official opening scheduled in November.

At the beginning of the year, the decision was made to acquire the adjacent space (Unit 6) of Tidyco’s existing location once the rental lease of the previous business was due to come to an end.

The purpose of this is to house the firm’s expansion of its overhaul and refurbishment of rolling stock components, which is managed and operated by the Tidyco Rail Division.

Rail Division Director, Paul Jacks, said: “Over the past few years we have worked tirelessly towards establishing an overhaul and refurb department within the rail division. We are starting to see our efforts pay off, which is why we needed to consider extending our premises. When we found out about the lease for the adjoining unit, it made perfect sense to move into there.”

James Tidy, Managing Director, said: “This really is a testament to the relentless determination of the rail division despite the incredibly difficult times brought about by the pandemic. I am immensely proud and optimistic of what they’ve achieved. This is a really exciting time for Tidyco.”

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