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Rotamec Engineering Solutions Acquires Nottingham Electrical Transmissions

A Milestone in Expanding Services and Enhancing Capabilities Across the UK

Rotamec Engineering Solutions are excited to share the news of their recent acquisition of Nottingham Electrical Transmissions (NET), a distinguished entity in the UK’s engineering sector. This union represents a significant stride in Rotamec’s pursuit of growth and service excellence across the United Kingdom.

The Journey of NET 

 In 1971, NET’s journey began and was founded by Dennis Whatley. The company initially served Nottingham’s lace industry, operating from a small shop in Basford with just three members of staff. Through dedication and providing exceptional service, NET expanded, moving to a much larger premises, and grew its team substantially. Today, NET stands as a celebrated and recognised name in the industry, recognised not only in the UK but also across Europe and globally for its technical acumen, outstanding service, and specialist repairs.

Rotamec and NET: A Synergistic Future

This acquisition marks a pivotal moment the strategy to extend Rotamec’s reach and refine their service offerings. NET’s addition to the Rotamec Group enhances our capabilities and aligns with our vision of establishing a network of branches, who all provide exceptional services. This integration promises more efficient and prompt services to customers across the nation.

Investing in the Future

Rotamec’s commitment to this partnership goes beyond merging resources. We plan to elevate NET’s operational standards by adopting ISO9001:2015. Investments in infrastructure will also be a focus, aiming to foster growth and create new job opportunities in engineering, sales, and administration.

Continued Commitment to Service Excellence

This acquisition will also include Rotamec’s 24/7, 365-day emergency call-out service across our network, ensuring immediate, expert assistance is always available. Additionally, we are excited to continue and enhance the Apprenticeship Programme, nurturing the next generation of engineering talent.

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