Mining & Quarrying
Deritend has led the field for many years in keeping processess running safely and smoothly for organisations in the mining and quarrying industries. Our customers have saved time and costs by relying on us to maintain and repair their electrical and mechanical equipment.
We understand the pressures of the mining and quarrying industries, and we know how critical it is to our customers that they avoid risks both in terms of safety, and meeting the terms of their own contracts. The trusted service we provide helps our customers to deliver on their promises safely, efficiently and on time.
The Deritend team is highly qualified, with a real understanding of the needs of our quarrying and mining customers. They are the best in the business, with the experience, skill and knowledge to help our customers keep their mining and quarrying processes going, repairing faults quickly and safely and avoiding downtime. Our performance meets the highest quality and Health & Safety standards that your business demands.
We work closely with our customers on their sites, as a trusted partner:
- We are on the ground looking after your operations as if they were our own.
- Repairs are carried out on site speedily and safely.
- Our site services are supported by our own facilities across the UK
- We offer a wide range of specialist services for our mining and quarrying customers, from maintenance and repair, to product supply and equipment installation.
Leading industrial maintenance, service and repair group Deritend has been recognised for its role in helping to revitalise a true icon of British engineering - the Tees Transporter Bridge in Middlesbrough.
Deritend Industries - the UK's leading industrial maintenance, service and repair group - has once again bolstered its credentials in the water industry by landing a major five year contract with Anglian Water.
UK engineering firm bucks industry trends with forecast growth and sector focus prompting recruitment drive
We can help our customers to make a big difference to their environmental footprint.