Tritech opens Ulverston facility

December 8, 2014

Aberdeenshire-based Tritech International has relocated its design and production operations to a new site within the Cumbrian town of Ulverston.

The company has been operating in Ulverston since 1986 and in July 2013 began ground works on a new purpose-built building. The new facility will provide larger and more modern work areas. Significant investment has been made in test facilities, including two test tanks and a new high-pressure test chamber.

Tritech’s operations in the town began as Swift 943 (ST). In November 2006, ST and Ulvertech Engineering Ltd. merged with Tritech during its acquisition by specialist electronic, safety and environmental company Halma.  The site complements Tritech’s sales and customer support office in Scotland (Westhill, Aberdeenshire) and the design site in Edinburgh. Today, Tritech is owned by Moog Inc., a designer, manufacturer and integrator of precision control components and systems.

Image of new Ulverston facility from Tritech.



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