The factory, when complete, will add an extra 60% capacity for the manufacture of Crestchic’s load banks. It is expected that the works will conclude in Spring 2022.
Paul Brickman, Group Commercial Director at Crestchic, commented, “The investments we are making in our business will help to meet increased demand from our core sectors. The focus on renewables, along with growing demand from the data centre sector, means more demand for power reliability and load testing equipment.”
Northbridge Industrial Services (LON:NBI) has two core activities, Crestchic Loadbanks and Tasman Oil Tools. Crestchic is a specialist electrical equipment business which manufactures, sells and rents loadbanks and transformers from its base in Burton on Trent and has depots in France, Germany, Belgium, UAE.