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Brevini investing in UK operations

Brevini invest in UK operations

Investment in company’s Scunthorpe location to increase capacity for Brevini Power Transmission

BREVINI Power Transmission have completed the first stage of a development plan which will eventually see the company’s two UK sites undergo expansion to increase their warehousing, distribution and gearbox servicing capacity.

The initial investment was at Brevini’s Scunthorpe location to optimize the gearbox service centre and to modernize and expand the offices to create space for product training for customers and graduate employees.

Following sustained growth in recent years in key markets and planned expansion into new activities, Brevini Power Transmission have committed to a period of investment in the UK to help their sales and support teams continue to deliver a high quality service to all of its customers.

Dave Brown, Brevini UK sales manager, commented: ‘The first round of investment has allowed us to increase the capacity in the service centre which means that we can continue to offer short lead times on a higher volume of gearbox repair and maintenance work.

‘We have also updated the internal layout of the office space which, in addition to creating a much improved environment for our employees, has allowed us to dedicate a room for product training for our customers as well as the further development of our graduate employees, something that I feel is extremely important.’

Brevini have committed to further investment over the next 24 months which will continue to benefit the Scunthorpe office as well as the company’s UK headquarters in Warrington, which is responsible for Brevini’s planetary gears and winch divisions as well Brevini Fluid Power.

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