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A Yearly Round Up

It has been such a huge year for us here at TIMco, trying to round it all up is proving difficult but it also makes us hugely proud of how much we have accomplished amongst the team this year.

2016 saw us launch our first ever conference. The idea was a simple one, to bring a selection of our independent customers together to share best practice and outline the latest developments and opportunities in the industry. The conference was extremely successful with 150 attendees joining us over tw [...]

Brand New Catalogue For 2017!!

Brand New Catalogue For 2017!!

We’ve been working extremely hard on our new catalogue and we’re pleased to announce our biggest and most comprehensive catalogue to date is now ready. With more than 208 pages and over 5,500 products.

Our new catalogue includes a number of new and exciting products including the Japanese Auger, part of our Addax range, with spurred cutting edge for a fast and even cut and a burr-free lead screw to ensure it is quick, on-target and starts without build up. Made from S55C carbon steel, known [...]

Importance of Future Proofing

Future proofing is essential for any company to ensure their investments remain healthy and that they remain ahead of the curve. All too often companies can end up investing in updating both their hardwares and softwares, only for that technology to be surpassed a short time later, or worse, no longer supported.

With so much political and economic uncertainty, particularly after the US election result, companies have to be ready for anything. So how do we ensure we are proactive and that we [...]

Planning For Success

There’s a well-known phrase in the army that states that; “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”. This is also certainly true in business but as part of the planning process we would also suggest that if your staff are not effectively trained on the products that they are selling then companies can’t expect to sell them effectively.

The issue of not having effectively trained staff can have a negative impact on merchants looking to sell specialist products to their trade customers. In a sur [...]

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3

The process is undertaken in our own dedicated salt spray chamber in accordance with British standards where a salt water solution is atomized by means of spray nozzle using pressurised air. This produces a corrosive environment of dense salt water in the chamber, so that test samples exposed to this environment are subjected to severely corrosive conditions.

The product is exposed to the conditions 24/7 for a period of time until there is an appearance of corrosion, in particular red rust. [...]

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