Ben Ritherdon

Ritherdon - Feeder Pillar in Buckingham Palace
Case Studies

Feeder Pillar Suppliers to Transport for London (TfL)

Ritherdon & Co Ltd are pleased to be have begun supplying Transport For London (TfL) with feeder pillars and electrical enclosures for traffic installations throughout the capital. These feeder pillars will be used in a variety of situations, from traffic signalling to pillars for the new cycle hire scheme, which is being introduced in London

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Keep Raising the Bar
Case Studies

Lean Manufacturing – MAS video case study

There has been continuous improvement in manufacturing at Ritherdon throughout our 115 year history.  More recently, we have been working with the Manufacturing Advisory Service to introduce lean manufacturing systems and further improve efficiency in the factory and, from this, the service we can give to our customers. MAS North West have just made a video case study of progress

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MD, Ben Ritherdon
Electrical Enclosures

Family Business – Fourth generation joins the company

We are proud to announce that the fourth member of the Ritherdon family has joined the family business.  Ben Ritherdon started at Ritherdon at the end of 2008 and has recently been appointed Marketing Director. Ritherdon was set up in 1895 by Ben’s great-grandfather, Percy Ritherdon and remains a family business. Percy’s son Roland took

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Surface Mounted Meter Box
Meter Box Repairs

Mitras replacing one of their surface-mounted GRP meter boxes

Over the next two years, Mitras are going to replace one of their surface-mounted electricity meter boxes – model M30019. However, Ritherdon will continue to manufacture the alternatives, in the shape of the R6 (zinc plated) and larger R16 (stainless) steel meter boxes.   Ritherdon also supplies a repair unit – the R26 – which slides

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Tire marks on an untouched Ritherdon Service Pillar
Electrical Enclosures

Are our pillars strong enough?

The superior corrosion resistance of our stainless steel products is well established.  Stainless steel is also mechanically more durable than the other materials commonly used for making pillars such as galvanised mild steel, aluminium, etc.  These two advantages mean that we can fabricate our service pillars out of thinner metal, saving on cost and making them lighter to handle.

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