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Redler Limited Strikes Out on its Own

The company's mechanical handling business has been a part of Schenck for years.

Staff

December 6, 2023

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Redler Ltd. to pull away from Schenck
Redler, a material handling company, is starting on its own again at the start of the year.Image courtesy of Redler Ltd.

Redler's mechanical handling business became part of the Schenck Process Group after the 2015 closure of the Dudbridge Facility in Stroud, Gloucestershire, England.

With more than 100 years of history, , Redler Ltd. will once again be trading on its own as of Jan. 1, 2024. Based out of an office and manufacturing facility in Stonehouse Gloucestershire with 40 employees, Redler will continue to offer a range of mechanical handling equipment backed up with extensive aftermarket and site service capabilities.

“Creating our own legal entity provides us with a fantastic opportunity to develop our business and provide improvements in customer service and product development, whilst the fact that we will remain within the global Schenck Process Group provides us with important financial and logistical support. Our ambition is to build a company with a long and prosperous future befitting an organization with such a prestigious past," said Simon Nicholls, managing director at Redler Ltd.

Redler provides a wide range of materials handling equipment including En-Masse chain conveyors and elevators, belt conveyors, bucket elevators, and bulk reception units. In addition to conveying equipment, Redler designs and manufactures an innovative range of mechanical handling systems such as the FullFiller container loading system and MaxiStore flat storage solution.

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