Acorn Open New Dedicated Coupling Centre

21st November 2013

Acorn Industrial Services Ltd significantly extends its range of power transmission products with the launch of a brand new coupling division at their central distribution centre in Rotherham.

  The new coupling centre, which boasts an array of new authorised distributorships from coupling manufacturers; Rexnord, KTR and Renold Couplings, will offer a full range of couplings to its global customer base. In-house expert technical support will also be provided by Acorn's recently appointed coupling specialist Bob Wright.   Acorn offers an impressive stockholding of over one million items at its 40,000sq.ft premises and has 30 years' experience in the supply of bearings, linear systems and power transmission products,   For additional information on couplings, contact Bob Wright - Acorn Industrial Services Ltd. Email: couplings@acorn-ind.co.uk, Tel: 01709 789 957 or visit www.acorn-ind.co.uk.

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