Stockport, United Kingdom, (11th Oct 2011) – Trolex, a specialist supplier and manufacturer of gas detection, machine condition monitoring, environmental control and gas recovery monitoring systems to the utilities industry, have successfully joined the approved list of suppliers for the water industry on the Achilles Group Global Supplier Directory.
Achilles operates the Utilities Vendor Database (UVDB) supplier management service on behalf of all the major UK utilities organisations, offering a source of current and potential suppliers through a series of inter-related services to improve efficiency of the procurement cycle, whilst promoting health and safety, environmental management and wider corporate responsibility.
The service offered by Achilles involved selecting potential suppliers through a pre-qualifying, evaluation and performance monitoring system. Trolex have been Achilles-approved as a trusted supplier of sensors and sensing systems for the industry by demonstrating the company’s capability for contracts with emphasis on health and safety, environment and high quality systems.
They will now become part of an industry-wide scheme allowing Utility Sector buying organisations subscribing to the system to access further information. After a recent investment in its industrial division in response to growth within the water utilities industry, Trolex now hopes to make use of the registration with Achilles to form valuable relationships within the water industry.
A spokesperson for Trolex said: “We are delighted to announce that Trolex have successfully joined the Achilles-approved list of suppliers for the water industry. Trolex are one of the world’s most respected names in detection and monitoring systems and it’s fantastic to be recognised as such. This is a real step forward for the company and will hopefully lead to the improved safety of those working in the water industry.”
Established in 1959, Trolex have become one of the world’s most trusted manufacturers of gas detectors, gas detection systems and hazardous area safety monitoring systems and sensors. They have an impressive catalogue of safety monitoring technology, but are constantly looking for new ways to improve the safety of those working in potentially hazardous environments. All of their sensors and systems are independently accredited ensuring top performance and increased safety.
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