Perry of Oakley was founded in 1947 by Tom Perry, a farmer’s son, who offered a mobile repair and manufacturing service to local farmers and businesses in the Oakley, Basingstoke area of Hampshire.
The business steadily developed based on its reputation of delivering reliable, well-engineered conveyors and bucket elevators during the early 1950’s.
In 1990 the business had expanded sufficiently under the direction of Tom’s son Nigel Perry to require larger premises and a relocation move to Honiton in Devon was made.
During the last 16 years, investment in staff, buildings and automated systems has enabled Perry’s to apply its original, high quality manufacturing standards to an ever-increasing demand for its products.
They manufacture products to offer the customer the complete range of mechanical handling solutions.
Visit the Perry of Oakley website, HERE.
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