09 April 2020
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Helping businesses in uncertain times

As a leading supplier of dedicated supply chain and fastening solutions, TFC is continuing to support critical businesses in these uncertain times. As well as designing and supplying bespoke fasteners for critical equipment, the company can help manufacturers address supply chain challenges using its global network of resources and suppliers as well as its local depots.

To supply Britain with essential products, many manufacturers remain operational and, as ever, rely on a stocked inventory to service their customers. With the outbreak of Covid-19, manufacturers in critical industries like medical devices, chemical and energy and waste, are understandably concerned about their supply chains.

If you are working in a critical industry, TFC is happy to help discuss supply chain or technical problems over the phone or using video conferencing software. Our team has years of experience, as well as access to a global network of suppliers and resources, to help source the quality parts you need from one of our local depots to keep operations up and running. We work closely with our suppliers to map stock production and shipment levels, so we can adapt as required.

Available in Ireland

We have recently invested in our Irish operations, which means we are also able to support key industries in Ireland. We launched TFC Portadown in the space of three months, setting up 500+ picking locations and 200+ pallet locations in the warehouse, to help service existing clients, and provide capacity for supporting new projects.

Are you working for a critical industry and need assistance sourcing a part? We’re here to help. You can contact enquiries@tfc.eu.com or call +44 (0) 1435 866 011.

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