TRESCAL LTD AND STAHLWILLE UK SIGN PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT
Trescal Ltd. are pleased to announce a partnership agreement with STAHLWILLE UK, the wholly owned UK subsidiary of STAHLWILLE Eduard Wille GmbH & Co. KG. Based in Wuppertal, Germany, STAHLWILLE is a market leader in the design and production of specialist torque and hand tools for the aerospace, automotive, rail, utilities, renewable energy, oil & gas and general engineering business sectors.
This agreement was signed during a visit to the Farnborough International Airshow 2018 - Trescal Ltd are now the sole STAHLWILLE approved UK calibration service provider for STAHLWILLE torque transducers to BS7887:2008.
These devices were previously being returned to the STAHLWILLE laboratory in Germany for adjustment and recalibration. The new UK service offering will significantly improve turn-around-times for STAHLWILLE & Trescal customers.
Trescal Ltd. is also an approved service partner for calibration and repair of STAHLWILLE hand torque tools. Furthermore, at this time Trescal Ltd are currently the only approved UK service centre to offer accredited calibration in accordance with the ISO 6789:2017 standard.
Paul Elliott, Managing Director, STAHLWILLE UK stated, ‘Having forged a close relationship with Trescal Ltd during their investment in a number of our perfectControl calibration systems, STAHLWILLE UK recognised their capability and expertise. We were keen to work with Trescal to develop a UK capability for calibration and service, not only of STAHLWILLE torque transducers, but also of hand torque tools to the new ISO 6789:2017 standard. We are delighted to be able to partner with Trescal Ltd and we are sure that customers will really benefit from this partnership.’
Dirk Stans, UK Sales Director, Trescal Ltd stated, ‘We are delighted to be able to sign the partnership agreement at the world renowned Farnborough International Airshow. This partnership will bring many benefits to our joint customers, including assistance with their transition to the ISO 6789:2017 standard.’