30 March, 2017

KTR Couplings rebrands to KTR UK

17 March, 2017

Mechanical components manufacturer KTR Couplings has changed its name to KTR UK Ltd. following a rebrand by its German parent company.


The firm, based in Sheffield, has been manufacturing power transmission products for a wide range of energy sector applications – including generator sets, pumps, and compressors – for over 50 years.

The company is part of global parent company KTR Systems GmbH, which is headquartered in Germany and makes mechanical couplings and overload systems, torque measuring shafts, clamping sets, joints, hydraulic and electromechanical brake systems, hydraulic components, and cooling systems for industrial applications in mechanical and plant engineering.

The organisation, which has 23 subsidiaries around the world, changed its name from KTR Kupplungstechnik GmbH in December 2016, which prompted KTR UK to follow suit and also adopt its new branding. Signage at the firm’s base, in Woodseats, has been updated to reflect the change.

KTR UK’s marketing manager Rod Sarich said: “We’ve had a presence in the UK for over 15 years as KTR Couplings, but this name change makes sense with where the company is now and where we’re headed. KTR is now involved in the manufacture of much more than just couplings, we now offer coolers, brakes and an array of hydraulic components, and because of this we felt we needed a name to reflect it.”




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