Mclennan Advanced Motion Control Technology
For over forty years Mclennan Servo Supplies Ltd has specialised in advanced motion control.
During that time it has been our aim to continually develop a motion control programme that provides the optimum combination of price, performance and reliability.
Unlike most distributors Mclennan has also established its own design, development and manufacturing capability.
No Company can produce the complete spectrum of products needed to fully meet the demands of modern industry. The distribution of high quality motor and associated products therefore remains an important part of our strategy. Unlike most distributors Mclennan has also established its own design, development and manufacturing capability to ensure that we can provide a complete and optimised mechatronics solution.
We have the capability and expertise to manufacture and distribute a range of precision motion control products including stepper, servo and brushless motors, drives and controls and complete bespoke and turn-key systems, call our sales group on 01252 531444 or email for further details.
Mclennan Servo Supplies is an ISO9001:2008 registered company for the design, manufacture and distribution of precision motion control. Our registration number is GB11/84180, a copy of our registration certificate is available here.
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None of the minerals covered by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Section 1502, (gold, tantalum, tin and tungsten, collectively known as 3TG, originating from the DRC or an adjoining country), are necessary to the functionality or production of our company's products that it manufactures or contracts to manufacture.
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However, due to the complexity of the routes by which metals, and in particular precious metals, are smelted, recycled and sold, including the common practice of co-mingling ores and scrap from many different sources, it is often impossible for any company to obtain full traceability to an exact origin of all materials.