The health and well-being of our employees, customers and suppliers are of paramount importance to us.

We continue to monitor the latest advice and guidance from the government and are working on measures across our business to minimise any future disruption which we may experience.

The US government has deemed Motortronics an “essential” business due to the industries and customers we serve. We will remain open until otherwise advised and will continue to ensure that we are following the health guidelines to support the health and welfare of our staff worldwide.

We are still open for business and fully operational. Our staff are available via phone, email or video conference facilities in lieu of face to face meetings.

We are continuing to monitor the situation and should anything change a member of our team will be in touch directly.

Motortronics supports celebrations of UK & USA 400th anniversary

Motortronics is delighted to be supporting the Mayflower 400 event, taking place in April 2020 – celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower ship voyaging from the UK to the “New World” of America.

nmcn, the Plymouth-based engineering and construction specialists are a long-standing customer of Motortronics and one of the key supporters of the initiative. As part of their efforts, nmcn recently held a fundraiser for one of the Mayflower 400 events - a Special Olympics which will be held in Plymouth, UK next year on Friday 3rd April 2020.

More details here.

Peter Boyle, regional sales manager at Motortronics, adds: “As a long established Plymouth company with owners based in North America, the Mayflower initiative certainly carries a special significance for us and we are delighted to lend our support.”

Read more about Mayflower 400 here.

Peter Boyle, (left) pictured donating a bottle of wine from the local Sharpham vineyard and a truckle of West Country cheddar from Country Cheeses in Totnes to Paul Dorrington, operations manager at nmcn.

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