To commemorate Inductelec’s 50th anniversary last year, the company has moved into a new 2,000 sqm unit in Burley Close, Chesterfield from its previous base in Sheffield as part of a £1.2 million investment.
The new site accommodates about 90 people including four apprentices, with the facilities split between Inductelec and its sister company, Altek, which operates from the same location.
During the relocation phase, the company was careful to ensure that all customer projects and contracts were maintained as planned with no disruption to them.
The new facility is purpose-built for induction heating systems to be designed, manufactured and commissioned using the latest production technologies.
The relocation will help the business sustain the growth it has made recently and provide the extra capacity it badly needed. In addition to providing the extra capacity, the move to new premises has also enabled the company to reduce its transport costs.
Inductelec is acknowledged as a technologically-advanced, world-class leader in induction heating applications, induction hardening, induction forging technology, induction heating systems and induction machinery.
Through its individually tailored, design, build, servicing and dedicated product/process support programmes, Inductelec provide not only a technologically advanced capability in hardening and forging, but also a variety of other induction heating applications and heat treatment processes, including soldering, brazing, annealing, melting, shrink fitting, sintering, crystal growing and bonding, all across an extensive variety of materials and composites.
The company has also developed its in-house design capabilities. The design and manufacture of all elements in-house allows Inductelec to provide cost-effective, innovative turnkey induction solutions across a broad range of industries.
Inductelec will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Made in the Midlands Expo, showcasing a range of its products and services.Back