Irridian Relocates to a Bigger Facility


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Following on from a series of recent successes – and with a very healthy order book for the next six months – Irridian Industrial Electronics is moving.

Formerly based in the Camperdown Industrial Estate in Cramlington, the separate entity, which was acquired by Hindley Circuits in 2018, will now operate from a much larger vicinity nearby Hindley in Poplar Court in North Nelson Park Industrial Estate.

Running independently, Irridian, which possesses over 30 years’ experience in the industry has a very strong reputation for delivering:

  • PCB layout services using Altium & Cadstar
  • Full product Test system development
  • Post warranty repair services

Since acquiring Irridian, which prides itself on using the most state-of-the-art equipment, this has helped Hindley to significantly bolster our capabilities and offer our clients added value.

Managing Director Alan Henderson, MD at Irridian said: “We provide complementary services to our customers allowing them to focus on the original product design functionality and we can then help Hindley to parallel activities to assist on time delivery.”

Richard Whitehead, CEO of Hindley said: “We are delighted by the interest from existing customers for the real value added services Alan and his team provide – it has been a really good acquisition.”

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