Family firm fans flame of success

Established in 2003, Industrial Devices (GB) Ltd has grown from strength to strength to be one of the leading suppliers of electrically operated linear actuators in the UK, recently expanding into new offices in Belle Vue, Shrewsbury.

A double-decker bus using a sychronised column system
A double-decker bus using a sychronised column system

Specialising in the supply of electrically-operated linear actuators for industrial operations, the products sourced by Industrial Devices are sold all over the world.

Applications vary from heavy industrial to agricultural use, with large projects including a £200,000 order from EDF Energy and supplying more than 6,000 actuators to a customer in the automotive industry in the West Midlands.

Industrial Devices was very proud to have its products included on one of the support vehicles, manufactured in Telford, following the Olympic Flame around the UK.

Managing director, Richard Harley said: “We have grown the business steadily over the last 10 years with an emphasis on customer service, quality of product and customer support.

“We pride ourselves in going that one step further to make sure the customer gets the products ordered on time.”

With more than 40 years engineering experience, the business is well placed to help the customer choose the right product for his application.

Industrial Devices has expanded its product range over the years to include power supplies and synchronised controllers.

Industrial Devices is a family-run business and is always keen to talk to new customers and explore ways in which their products can be used.

For the full product range visit or telephone Richard Harley or a member of his team for further support on 01743 248700.

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