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Tidyco scoops a significant award

14 June 2018

Derby-based Tidyco, a supplier of hydraulic and pneumatic products to the UK rail industry for over 40 years scoops a significant award.

Tidyco has won an Excellence in Manufacturing Award through the prestigious Derby Telegraph Business Awards 2018.

The Award is meaningful to Tidyco as the company is committed to delivering quality British engineering from its Derby plant whereby the local area is widely recognised for its manufacturing heritage.

As an SME, the business instils core values, ethics and social responsibility throughout all corporate activity. As a trusted supplier of hydraulic braking systems to the rail rolling stock industry, safety and quality is paramount.

Phil Mason – Production Director for the Group comments: “Winning the Excellence in Manufacturing Award is incredibly important to Tidyco as it is recognition towards our contribution to the local manufacturing industry whereby we insist upon the highest of standards.

"The Award is testament to my team’s hard work and desire to ensure that all manufactured products are of the highest quality.”

Tidyco faced fierce competition throughout the judging process whereby the company was successful in being whittled down to the final three before claiming first place during a ceremony held on Wednesday 13th June 2018 at the iconic Derby College Roundhouse.

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