Cornish firm targets electronics business in the Middle East

This is part of an international sales drive which will give Teddington a presence in the Middle East, with a particular focus on Oman, Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Teddington managing director James Henderson, writes:

“DESI is a very proactive company and will be working exclusively for Teddington, targeting potential clients and identifying new areas of growth.

“It’s the first time that we’ve had a dedicated agent in this part of the world and it represents a significant commitment.”

Teddington, which has its headquarters in St Austell, Cornwall, specialises in electronics, critical systems, control panel technology, appliance controls, and valve fabrication for sectors such as defence, aerospace, energy, and transport.

(Left to right) Mike Beedham, from Defence Electronic System Integration with business partner Hilmi Al Mayahi, and James Henderson, Teddington MD

It has business activity in Europe, Canada, and the US, with clients including defence specialist Babcock, engine manufacturer Perkins, and supplier of commercial cooking equipment Imperial.

Mike Beedham, from DESI, writes:

“The company has a reputation for quality and reliability and we’re looking forward to helping them grow their business.”

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