Maxey Moverley Limited was formed in 1996 as a dedicated repair resource for the specialist electronics industry.
The founding directors, then working in a multinational electronics manufacturing and service business, realised that there was a lack of a professional outsourcing solution in the market. Maxey Moverley was set up to fill this gap and to provide high quality repair and support solutions for a range of nationwide security and retail electronics companies.
The business obtained ISO9001 accreditation from BSi in 1998, which has been held continuously ever since (now ISO9001:2015).
We soon developed into our core markets of Security, Refrigeration and Food Service, working with manufacturers, maintenance operations and end users throughout the UK and beyond.
In 2007 we took over the manufacture and support of the Honeywell-Elm range of refrigeration control equipment.
RCS Energy Management became part of our operations when we acquired the business from the Carrier Corporation (UTC). This gave us a manufacturing base in Newbury and a nationwide network of refrigeration controls field service engineers.
The Chubb Community Care repair centre in Sheffield was moved to Redditch in 2008.
In 2009 we absorbed the Norbain security repair centre and in 2010 the PTS repair operations.
We moved our head office to a dedicated 20,000 sq. ft. repair facility in Redditch in 2011 which enabled our operations to attain a new level of professionalism.
After working as the exclusive UK Tyco group repair centre for many years, in 2017 we took on all their reverse logistics operations including engineer returns and service stock management.
At the end of 2017 one of our founding directors Lawrence Croft (the Moverley of Maxey Moverley) retired after over 20 years. Andrew Beckett then became sole Managing Director.
The RCS operation was fully integrated within the Maxey Moverley brand in 2018 so that our offering across all sectors is now fully unified.
2019 has already seen the move to an SQL platform of our industry leading work management system and the launch of a new website. Further enhancements to our online customer interactivity will be introduced later in the year.
We continue to invest in Research and Development to ensure that we are able to deliver a first class repair service on the range of new equipment that is being introduced across a range of industries.