Never let it be said we make it easier for ourselves… We are in the process of upheaval on a number of counts, but whilst a trying time, it’s a time of great opportunity and excitement as we look to finally getting the business more formally organised and onto a more proactive footing. Having hit the ground running in 2007, it’s been difficult to structure the business in the intervening years, but like British Rail, we’re getting there!
After a number of months in development, we have the following new elements to the business:
After a 9 month build period, our new business premises at Saxilby Enterprise Park are now complete. With a total 4,500 square foot facility, we have the opportunity for the first time to amalgamate all Office and Workshop facilities under the same roof. Furthermore, the doubling of our manufacturing capacity means that we can meet our increasing business demands as well as introducing an element of “future proofing” to the business.
We will be completing our move to the new premises on 24th March.
Torque Engineering Limited
Saxilby Enterprise Park
We are pleased to announce the recruitment of Janet Hurley as our new Office Manager. Janet has a wide range of experience in a number of different industries and will be a key addition to our team, tasked with the organisation of the day to day running of the business as we look to expand our ever increasing portfolio of products and services.
Janet joins us on 17th March.
New contact details
Although we are still within Lincoln boundary, our moving to a new telephone exchange area has necessitated a change of landline phone number. The old number will carry a recorded message, but the new main line telephone number will be:
The phone number change is planned for 24th March (thanks BT!)
All mobile phone numbers remain unchanged.
Torque Engineering website
After 7 years, we have finally taken the time out to join the 21st century! As our business expands, it is imperative that we keep Clients informed of our new ventures as well as our existing business streams.
We hope to have the website live before the end of March.
In keeping with all of the aforementioned business changes, we thought it time to update our business logo. The original logo incorporating a cut away boiler logo may have been specific to our business but it was a little over complicated and cumbersome. Our new logo is in contrast refreshing in its simplicity (and easier to read too).