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Pitts Cleave Industrial Estate & Tavy Business Centre
Wednesday, 20 June 2012
TAVISTOCK SALVAGE CENTRE
The Tavistock Salvage centre is moving ahead with its plans to manufacture wood briquettes and cardboard bedding (from locally sourced waste). We have started producing samples and we invite you to come along and try them out and give us your feedback and suggestions. We are also continuing with our granite kitchen worktops, slate hearths and stone cutting/polishing service. Even though salvage is hard to come by these days, we have recently gathered 60 tonnes of granite cobbles from a devonport dry dock, 40 sheets of ply, 50 x 4’’ x 4’’ x 10’ posts, 100’ granite curb and 100s of square meters of slate flooring (bankrupt stock). There are many deals to be had here at the yard, on Pitt’s Cleave Industrial Estate, bring along your DRY waste cardboard and wood shavings, it may clinch a deal.
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NSW Fabrication is an independent business partnership based on the outskirts of Tavistock on the Pitts Cleave Industrial Estate development. We specialise in making quality precision stainless steel products and sheet metal work. We manufacture commercial items such as machine components and guarding for the engineering sector as well as the paper and food industry. However, we also design and manufacture items on a more bespoke scale for local business for use in catering environments or building furniture such as stainless steel and glass style handrails/ ramps. We can offer a welding & repair service, so if you are not looking to replace an item we can mend it. All our work is carried out in our workshop by qualified and experienced fabricators to ensure you receive a quality solution to any project every time.
Oakhouse Foods arrived at Pitts Cleave in February 1999, when there was just one other, since re-occupied, unit on the estate and only newly laid roads showed how the estate would eventually grow. So they can claim to be the oldest inhabitants on what has become the home to a diverse variety of local businesses. Over the years this local franchise of a national company, has, under the ownership of Simon and Ron Boulter become the largest in the group and now covers several thousand customers over Devon, Cornwall and a large part of Somerset, who receive regular deliveries of frozen, high quality individual ready meals brought to their door by their regular, friendly driver. And how this range has grown! All pictured in the freely available, ninety-four page glossy colour brochure. The service has been expanded even more to include a huge range of groceries, contained in a separate brochure and which can be delivered at the same time as the frozen goods. But that’s not all! Bearing in mind that many of their customers are elderly, a wide selection of mobility items has been introduced ranging from wheel chairs to walking sticks, also delivered and all available on NHS prescription.
Copyright Tindle Newspapers Ltd Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Sir Ray Tindle
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