Kingsway business launches strategic expansion with renewables division

Date published: 20 June 2024

A Rochdale industrial component supplier has launched a brand-new renewables division, expanding their services to renewable energy sectors.

RAP, based on Kingsway Business Park, says the new division will bring together a comprehensive suite of services for the industrial and renewable areas.

This strategic expansion underscores RAP's commitment to sustainable energy and innovative solutions.

With this launch, RAP introduces a new brand, a revamped website, and a forward-looking strategy designed to meet the evolving demands of the market.

Heading up the renewables division is Lee Storey, who aims to drive RAP's mission to become a one-stop shop for all industrial and renewable energy needs.

Ryan Hopley, managing director of RAP, said: "We are thrilled to expand our competencies into a fast-growing marketplace like renewables and to enhance our team with Lee’s skill set and knowledge.

“Many of our customers are electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and fluid power consumers, but with renewables to enhance our portfolio, our goal is to provide top-quality consultancy, products, and care for all our existing and new customers.

“This move reflects our dedication to sustainable growth and our commitment to supporting the green energy transition and to being the go-to for large industrial-based businesses who need our support in finding the best products – and finance - for the job."

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