Welcome to our News Area. Your one stop shop to keep up to date with all the latest goings on at Tidyco.

We interview Paul Butler, our lead tube and pipe bending operative, about the challenges of the job and what he does in his spare time.

Tidyco installs an energy efficient heating system at a warehouse for a major distribution company. Read how we designed, installed and managed the whole project.

 

We take a look back at 2021 and look forward to 2022 and what it offers. Despite the pandemic preventing businesses to progress, Tidyco has acheived record growth.

Paige is our Mechatronics Apprentice at Tidyco and joined us over a year ago in September 2020. In a conversation with Paige, we get to find out more about her and what her involvement with the Tidyco Toolbox Challenge has been. Paige is currently completing her course through Learning Unlimited and gets day release to ensure that her skills and training is combined with on and off the job learning.

A number of Tidyco colleagues accompanied by Tidyco Chairman, David Tidy, volunteered to plant trees on Saturday 4 December for Derby based community group, Trees for Spondon.

Tidyco, a leading provider of hose assemblies for the rail industry, officially opened their Rail Overhaul Facility in a recently acquired unit off Pentagon Island in Derby. Former Transport Secretary, Lord Patrick McLoughlin was the guest of honour and marked the occasion with an unconventional inauguration.

Tidyco, a leading company in the production of hose assemblies for the rail industry, recently acquired an adjacent unit to house the expansion of its overhaul and refurbishment department. In order to make the building fit for purpose, renovations are nearing completion with an official opening scheduled in November.

Tidyco Climate Division replaces old and unreliable air conditioning units and installs three brand new Airedale BluCube™ units.

At the end of August, Tidyco welcomed the arrival of a brand new swage machine at its workshop in Derby. With an investment in excess of £30,000 the new device has been procured in preparation for an array of imminent, innovative projects.