Guttridge celebrates 50 years!

Tuesday 06 March, 2012

Guttridge celebrates 50 years!

Throughout 2012 Guttridge will be celebrating its 50th anniversary.  We will be holding a series of celebratory events throughout the year and we look forward to announcing these on the website.
First founded by Dr David Guttridge in 1962 to manufacture and operate mobile animal feed mills, the company grew rapidly throughout the 1960’s and began to focus more on bulk materials handling equipment throughout the 1970’s.

Throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s Guttridge became an established and respected supplier of bulk material handling machinery to the animal feeds, pet foods and cereals industries.  The late 1980’s also saw Guttridge develop a new specialist range of stainless steel machinery for handling foods, chemicals and pharmaceutical products.
Guttridge machinery has now been developed further to operate in more arduous conditions, handling many different kinds of chemicals and minerals.  The centreless screw is the most recent development to the Guttridge range of conveyors, elevators, feeders, dischargers and bulk bag systems.  The centreless screw will efficiently handle adhesive, highly abrasive or very “sluggish” materials including sludge, waste water, pulp materials, biomass and ash.

Based in Spalding, Lincolnshire, the company is still family owned by company Chairman Peter Guttridge.  Customers are encouraged to consult with our sales engineers and design specialists from the earliest inception of any project.  They will gladly furnish all technical data, readily offer their advice on every aspect and remain enthusiastically involved throughout all stages of design and manufacture to final commissioning and beyond.
For further details please contact , call 01775 765300 or visit

Guttridge building

About Guttridge

With a foundation of 50 years of experience, Guttridge is a flourishing company, globally respected for delivering well-engineered, reliable materials handling solutions that continue to anticipate dramatically changing industrial needs.