Guttridge Ltd, one of the UK’s leading providers of bulk materials handling equipment, has opened a new office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to enhance local support to the flourishing economies of the Middle East and North Africa. From here, Guttridge experts will deliver turn-key, integrated materials handling solutions for products ranging from grain to cement, animal feed to sand and minerals, as well as providing individual conveying machines. A comprehensive spares service, that extends to all types of conveyors in routine use, is a central part of the offering.
"This year Guttridge is proudly celebrating 50 years of bulk materials handling success but it is the future that most strongly commands our attention," comments company chairman Peter Guttridge. "The new office in Saudi Arabia is a key part of that future and underlines the continuing strength of the company. Its opening strengthens our offering to the Middle East and North Africa and will ensure that our customers there enjoy excellent local support."
Guttridge is an established and highly respected manufacturer of conveyors, elevators and all the ancillaries needed for optimal materials handling. Its equipment has a proven track record across a wide range of industrial sectors with in-house expertise ensuring a truly optimal solution for every material, from friable animal feeds to highly abrasive aggregates and cement. Expansion in the Middle East reflects the company’s strength and its ongoing commitment to providing customers across the globe with highest levels of service.
All Guttridge conveyors and elevators are manufactured at the company’s large modern factory in the UK. Here engineers use the latest 3D design software and computerised production management systems, together with state-of-the-art manufacturing machinery. Applications expertise, developed over many decades, sets Guttridge apart as a partner for materials handling projects and ensures that every solution delivered meets customer expectations for reliable, long-term, trouble-free operation.