Trifast is a leading international specialist in the engineering, manufacturing and distribution of high quality industrial fastenings to major global assembly industries. Trifast distinguishes itself from international competitors by operating high quality, low cost manufacturing sites, with a global logistics capability from 33 business locations within the UK, Asia, Europe and the USA, along with full technical and design support to customer engineering personnel. 

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The role of fasteners in E-mobility and EVB

The role of fasteners in E-mobility and EVB showcases TR's knowledge of the sector and the technical and engineering expertise it brings to its customers in this field.

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Corporate social responsibility

Being a responsible business is key to ensuring the sustainability of our operations and also helps us to deliver our growth strategy. We adhere to high standards that deliver the best outcomes for our employees, suppliers, customers, the environment and the community

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Our people

Through the hard work and commitment the c.1,300 people that we employ across the globe enable us to deliver our strategy and the high quality of service to our customers

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