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Trianco resumes production as new company emerges

Following the demise of Trianco in July this year, TR Engineering has been formed and is continuing manufacture of the former company’s brands.

The assets and brands have been acquired, resulting in continued supply of Trianco product, Aztec electric boilers, EuroStar and Contractor oil and solid fuel boilers and the Activair range of air source heat pumps (pictured).

TR Engineering has also taken over the Chapeltown factory in Sheffield, Trianco’s former headquarters. Former Trianco director Peter Beighton is a director of the new firm and Simon Everett has joined as national sales manager.

Mountcity Investments is a major shareholder and was involved in the collaboration of the new company set-up and purchase of the Trianco brands.

A total of 23 employees have been taken on to date, allowing TR Engineering to resume supply of the Trianco brands to the national merchant network.

The operation is also involved in the supply of precision engineering solutions, including laser cutting and welding technology.

Plans for the future include the launch of a competitively priced range of high efficiency oil burners in the New Year, utilising Riello technology.

A spokesman for TR Engineering said it will focus on high levels of quality in both its products and customer service.

The long-term view is to continue to manufacture in the UK and aims to gradually expand its ranges and the business.

Former Trianco MD Peter Ferguson had originally been involved as a co-director of TR Engineering, but has since resigned to pursue other ventures.