SIGA Electronics to expand transformer plant

Oct 7, 2020
Posted by Patrick Haddad

Siga Electronics has announced the expansion of it`s Bedfordshire transformer facility.

The UK-based transformer manufacturer announced that it was expanding its Sandy, Bedfordshire factory in order to handle much higher capacity transformers.

Formerly, these components were manufactured and supplied by Stabilised Transformers Ltd. in Wolverhampton, which SIGA acquired in a business and assets deal back in February 2020.

“The factory has been developed to allow for the increased volume of work, and larger, higher capacity transformers,” said General Manager, Richard Thrussell.

The company occupies a purpose-built 15,000 square foot facility in Sandy, Bedfordshire, where currently more than 45 employees produce a wide range of high-quality transformers and inductors.

Source: Evertiq

Photo (for illustrative purposes): Substation transfomers / Frauke Feind / Pixabay / Free for commercial use


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