AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

25 October 2021
Expansion offers a one-stop shop for engineering supplies
Motor repair and provider, Rotamec, has expanded its portfolio of parts and consumables for the engineering sector after joining the Troy group of industrial suppliers.
The move will provide Rotamec customers with equipment from PPE to bearings at a heavily discounted rate, with the ease of purchasing through a single supplier.

Troy is a UK-wide group of over 400 suppliers, providing engineering equipment including MRO products, workwear, power tools and hand tools, fasteners, and cutting tools and specialist equipment. Membership of the group will enable Rotamec to provide its customers with products from across all Troy members, in addition to providing its core service of repair and sourcing pumps, motors, gearboxes, generators and power transmission components.

Commenting on the announcement, Simon Brooks, Managing Director at Rotamec, said: "We can now offer our customers all the items they could need thanks to the support of Troy and its over 500-strong supplier base."
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