TransDev at Drives & Controls 2016 Review
TransDev exhibited at the bi-annual Drives & Controls 2016 Exhibition at the NEC in April. Our stand at 40 square metres provided us with the perfect platform to showcase what we do and how we help a wide audience of OEMs, trade, distributors and end-users.
This was the first time for several years that TransDev have exhibited and we enjoyed meeting customers old and new, as well as those who wished to learn more about our 50 year old business. New branding and comprehensive literature redesigns were on show alongside exciting hands-on product displays, including an exclusive Continental belt driven electric bike as well as a six axis robot from ST Robotics featuring SYNCHROCHAIN pulleys and belts.
As the UK member of MULCO (the organisation representing major PU brands) visitors saw world class PU belt technologies from German manufacturers, such as BRECO and ContiTech. We also showcased new brands such as BRECOFLEXmove®, CONTI V FO Pioneer and our own Transflex rubber belts.
Our Special Belts were on display and took centre stage on the stand. These are manufactured at our factory in Poole and cover everything from special profiles and flights to backed belts, draw-down belts, jointed and extra wide belts. The possibilities, like some of our belts, are endless and we are experts at delivering the most complex belting solutions, within microns of pitch accuracy.
Chain brands such as Wippermann, TYC and Witra plus hardware, gears, sprockets and pulleys all ensured that customer’s power transmission and conveying needs were fully covered in one place. As a major pulley, gear and sprocket manufacturer we can discuss standard and custom requirements and can work with customers to develop drive solutions for a vast array of applications.
NEW TransDev Range Catalogue
Visitors to our stand also browsed our new Range Catalogue via an installed iPad, with some stronger visitors taking on a copy there and then! ‘The Beast’ as it has become known is our biggest Range Catalogue ever at 864 pages so that was no mean feat. You can order yours here.