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Unit 2, Whitworth Road
Armstrong Industrial Estate
Washington, Tyne & Wear
NE37 1PP
Tel: 0191 415 9665
Fax: 0191 415 7695

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Windsor Washington has a strong reputation for personal customer support and always seeks to develop valued customer relationships.



When Gerry Burton decided to expand his company in 2003, North East England was chosen as the next chapter in Windsor Materials Handling’s incredible growth.

Washington, Tyne & Wear was selected as the location of our second branch to support the local distribution, manufacturing, rail, ports, transport, and chemical industries with high quality forklifts and access equipment. With the A1M and the A19 just a stone’s throw away, all the major industrial areas within Tyne & Wear, County Durham, Northumberland and Teesside are all within a 45 mile radius of our branch.

Since we opened our doors in October 2003, Windsor Washington has grown in size and strength year on year. Our network of over 300 customers now benefit from easy access to top counterbalance brands like Komatsu, and working at height platforms from JLG – not forgetting a quick and reliable maintenance service provided by Windsor’s friendly expert engineers.


There’s a lot going on and we want to share it with you. Stop by our little corner of the Internet, kick up your feet, and stay a while. If you feel so inclined, we’d love for you to leave a comment and let us know what you think.

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Whether it’s handling paints, paper, flowers, frozen foods or hot metal, we’ve got the experience of every kind of materials handling operation.

Immingham – Part Time Telemarketer

July 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on Immingham – Part Time Telemarketer

Windsor is the UK’s largest independently-owned provider of materials handling equipment and related services, with a dozen branches nationwide. Thanks to our continued expansion a position has arisen for a part-time telemarketer at our Immingham branch.

When Things Go Wrong

February 8th, 2018|Comments Off on When Things Go Wrong

From Imran Khan to £700,000 fines - how the law has transformed the way we work at height & why cutting corners makes injuries inevitable.

Damage Control

February 8th, 2018|Comments Off on Damage Control

Some businesses believe their products are destined to be damaged during the materials handling process.

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