Teddington Group completes restructure

Posted on 26 Aug 2017 and read 251 times
Teddington Group completes restructureThe St Austell-based Teddington Group (www.tedcon.com), which specialises in electronics, critical systems, control-panel technology, appliance controls and valve fabrication for sectors such as defence, aerospace, energy and transport, has been restructured after a strong start to its financial year.

Teddington Appliance Controls and Teddington Bemasam have been consolidated as Teddington Systems — a move made in
response to changing market demands, with clients wanting an integrated approach to design, development, prototyping and manufacturing that covers the entire product lifecycle and incorporates hardware, software and mechanical engineering.

The changes also include a complete rebrand of the group, with a fresh corporate logo, a new Web site and new corporate literature. There has been significant investment in new equipment, and the company has won several high-profile contracts, including a deal with Babcock Canada to upgrade control panels on the Royal Canadian Navy’s fleet of four Victoria submarines.

The group is also working closely with global energy management specialist Schneider Electric, US commercial catering firm Imperial and JCB India.

Teddington CEO James Henderson (pictured) said: “Despite political uncertainty in Europe and the continually challenging financial climate, the thirst for innovation has not diminished.

The St Austell-based Teddington Group, which specialises in electronics, critical systems, control-panel technology, appliance controls and valve fabrication for sectors such as defence, aerospace, energy and transport,
has been restructured after a strong start to its financial year.

Teddington Appliance Controls and Teddington Bemasam have been consolidated as Teddington Systems — a move made in
response to changing market demands, with clients wanting an integrated approach to design, development, prototyping and manufacturing that covers the entire product lifecycle and incorporates hardware, software and mechanical engineering.

The changes also include a complete rebrand of the group, with a fresh corporate logo, a new Web site and new corporate literature.

There has been significant investment in new equipment, and the company has won several high-profile contracts, including a deal with Babcock Canada to upgrade control panels on the Royal Canadian Navy’s fleet of four Victoria submarines.

The group is also working closely with global energy management specialist Schneider Electric, US commercial catering firm Imperial and JCB India.

Teddington CEO James Henderson (pictured) said: “Despite political uncertainty in Europe and the continually challenging financial climate, the thirst for innovation has not diminished. We’ve seen a huge spike in demand for energy-saving products, control devices, monitoring systems and information-gathering systems.

However, the landscape for engineering and manufacturing firms is shifting; critical to our business — and others — will be the ability to find smarter ways to design, develop and deliver solutions.

”We’ve seen a huge spike in demand for energy-saving products, control devices, monitoring systems and information-gathering systems.

”However, the landscape for engineering and manufacturing firms is shifting; critical to our business — and others — will be the ability to find smarter ways to design, develop and deliver solutions.”

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