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Purpose-built future for KTH

KT Hydraulics has been in business just out of the centre of Halifax for over 30 years. Formerly known as Kracht UK, the company has grown over the years to become a recognised and well respected specialist in the design and manufacture of complex hydraulic systems for critical applications in the global oil & gas and marine industries.

The company has occupied and redeveloped Hope Hall Mill in Union Street South since the day it was formed, but with an ever increasing volume of work, the production of physically larger systems and an expanding workforce, KTH reached a point early in 2010 where the current premises were actually holding back further development and the search started for new premises in the local area.
After a lengthy search a site has been secured in Elland, on the site of the famous Gannex Mill, where a purpose-built facility is currently under construction. The new premises will have 7,000sq’ of manufacturing space with full craneage facilities and direct access to an external storage and handling area. The building will also provide 8,500sq’ of office accommodation to house the design, engineering, sales and administration departments in addition to meeting and presentation rooms.
“Our new building is in a prime location and will not only allow us to fully revise and streamline our manufacturing processes, making us far more efficient, it will also provide the space for us to expand and take on much needed additional personnel in our engineering and design departments,” comments managing director Richard Ellis.
“This move is an essential part of our vision for the future of KTH. We have built the expertise and developed a reputation with a core of major global players in the industries we serve – the new premises will now give us the opportunity to capitalise on all that hard work, releasing us to grow towards our full potential.”


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