The Batmobile - powered by a Nu-way burner
- April 22, 2013
-- Nu-way is leaving its home since 1948 for new premises in Droitwich.
The new location gives the burner manufacturer the opportunity to expand its research and development programme, improve both its training courses and facilities, increase its production of burners and renovate its spares business.
Nu-way’s Trading Director Rick Crees is excited by the move. “Burners are everywhere. Whether it be a domestic, commercial, industrial or process burner, ours are used to heat football clubs like Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur, the Gherkin – one of London’s most iconic buildings – even to fight crime, as one was used to power the Batmobile!” he said. “Our new premises will enable us to offer even more to our customers.”
Nu-way, who celebrated 80 years of business in 2012, will now be able to provide training on a wider output of burners, with ranges of up to 18MW, so engineers and installers can get the practical hands-on experience necessary to take new skills into their business.
Nu-way’s new address is Ten Acres, Berry Hill Industrial Estate, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9 9BP. In order to complete the move Nu-way will close the business for both deliveries and shipments for the week commencing 29 April 2013. It will return to normal operation with effect from 7 May 2013.