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The latest news and insight from across the Alderley Group

Blog

A New Mindset, Strong Client Relationships, and Innovation – how do you establish a Global Aftermarket Services Business?

For many years Alderley has enjoyed growth based on a strong capital business in which we work with clients to refine their needs and create a solution.
Our global base of clients need more than just delivery. They require a comprehensive range of aftermarket services to ensure that they are getting the best out of the technology and solutions that we deliver.

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Announcement

The Kingfisher Trail

Alderley has always been known for its kingfisher logo which was inspired by the delight its founder, Tony Shepherd, took in watching kingfishers swooping into the stream running through his garden. Now, as part of local conservation project called the Kingfisher Trail 2021, we are hosting a new sculpture here at Alderley Wickwar this summer!

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Interview

Meet Matthew Taylor, Alderley’s E&I Manager

E & I has proven an area of significant growth within the Alderley service portfolio. So we have taken this as an opportunity to speak to Matthew Taylor, E & I Manager at Alderley, about his experience, the necessity of ATEX/IECEx Inspections as well as the future of the E & I industry, including the new UK Ex scheme being introduced in 2021.

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Blog

Factory acceptance tests without the factory

A critical stage of any project delivery is the factory acceptance test, or FAT. Occurring after all the internal development and testing is complete, the FAT is the final gateway prior to dispatch of the system. However, due to Covid-19, travel restrictions, social distancing, etc., traditional FATs are no longer possible. So, how do you still deliver the project critical FAT without access to the factory?

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Blog

‘Close’ Remote Working

How do you maintain international supplier relations and on-time project delivery during a global pandemic? Alderley Project Engineer, Alex Taylor, shares his experience and the importance of ‘close’ remote working.

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