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Clyde Process and Redler join forces with Schenck Process group at new Doncaster Lakeside facility

THREE of the leading companies in the bulk materials handling and processing business have joined together to provide a bigger and better service for both existing and new clients.

Doncaster-based Clyde Process and Stroud-based Redler have both become part of the multinational Schenck Process group, whose UK base was previously located in Stockport. Now all three companies are located under one roof at Doncaster’s Lakeside.


‘The thinking behind the move was simple,’ explained managing director Nick Jones. ‘All three companies are specialists in their fields and by bringing them together we’re now able to offer clients an unrivalled service, essentially creating a one-stop shop for process technologies to meet the needs of a wide range of industrial sectors.

‘The merger means we can now supply products from nine different brands across the Schenck Process Group, allowing us to create bespoke packages which no other company can match.

‘Having brought the companies together, our next steps include building a new factory and test house next year, so that we can further enhance our ability to test new products and processes and consolidate our services through effective research and development.’

Mr Jones added that the company is currently bucking the recession and going from strength to strength, with sales increasing from £26 million last year to a predicted turnover of more than £45 million this year.


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