Savery Hydraulics expands Coventry site

Savery Hydraulics – New premises in Coventry 08.22

Hydraulic solutions designers and manufacturers Savery Hydraulics has announced it is expanding its Coventry headquarters.

The British engineering firm, which has existed in one form or another since the industrial revolution, is planning to develop an additional 23,000 square foot warehouse unit at Grovelands Industrial Estate, Longford Road.

The firm is refurbishing a former industrial warehouse present on the site to create a manufacturing facility with an upgraded power supply capable of testing large hydraulic systems.

The space is intended to provide a dedicated clean hydraulic assembly environment, with additional capacity to keep up with demand for the company’s high specification hydraulic control manifold and systems.

The expansion also includes an investment into new stores facilities and a gantry crane for the assembly of large hydraulic systems, along with improved test facilities to increase its capabilities and capacity.

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Graham Wood, managing director of Savery Hydraulics, said: “Our expansion into additional premises will allow us to capitalise on a growing number of opportunities within the hydraulics assembly side of our business,” he said.

“The most important thing in hydraulics is cleanliness, which is why the new dedicated clean environment and improved facilities will greatly enhance our capability to deliver several new contracts in the pipeline. It is part of a broader package of investment which has also seen us install a new 12-pallet machining centre for manifolds and a three-axis prototyping machine within our centre of excellence for manifold.

“We have an outstanding team of highly experienced application engineers which means we can design, manufacture and install solutions for any kind of hydraulic applications, from multi million pound turnkey ring main systems, to micro dc power units. The new facilities and equipment gives us a strong platform from which to take our business forward.”

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