Victor tweaks set-up to chase export sales


Victor Manufacturing is gearing itself up to do more business in the marine and export markets by adapting the power supply of its counters and assembling a stockpile of spare parts.

As a UK manufacturer, Victor designs products to operate on a 50Hz 230/240V supply, whereas an electricity supply of 60Hz is often more common in the offshore marine and export sectors.

To meet this increasing demand for non-UK voltages, the Bradford-based outfit has announced that it can now supply most of its popular Caribbean range of modular servery counters and Synergy Drop-in modules to operate on 60Hz supplies or differing voltages where required.

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As well as compiling a comprehensive database of different fusing, switching and plug arrangements, Victor has also now invested in a stock of 60Hz compressors — all designed to keep delivery lead times to an absolute minimum.

Matthew Roberts, the company’s new sales manager responsible for export says: “This clarification of our capabilities will give our overseas trading partners the confidence that the Victor products they supply will perform correctly and safely in their local market”.

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