Founded in 1998, TLA initially opened for business in Nottingham with just three members of staff. We have now grown to employ over eighty staff, opening our second branch at Stafford in 2003, a third in Northampton in 2008, a fourth in Sheffield in 2015 and fifth in Leeds in 2017.
We proudly operate to the latest quality control and environmental standards, ISO9001:2015 / ISO14001:2015 at all TLA sites.
We pride ourselves in having built our business around excellent service and superb customer relationships, we make business personal.
We ask the right questions, 'what do you need from us?'
We listen carefully to discover our customers' requirements, we are very proud of our rapid response and totally adaptable approach to meeting our customers' demands. We always go the extra mile to help, as many of our existing customers will testify. We work closely with our customers with the aim of building long-term trusting relationships. Our mission statement is simple "if we can, we will", a few simple words that are the mantra of our service commitment. Many of our staff have worked in the industry for years, we have experienced panel builders, OEM machine builders, electricians, programmers, electrical engineers. We understand the needs of our customers, many of our staff were once customers!
We understand our products and are able to assist our customers with selecting, installing and even programming them.
All our staff regularly receive product training, in house and from our manufacturing partners.
With our branches based in Nottingham, Stafford, Northampton, Sheffield and Leeds we cover the entire Midlands area. Our locations are strategically chosen to ensure easy access to all the major motorway routes.
We provide daily deliveries free of charge to customers in our catchment areas, with no minimum order value.
Founded in 1998, TLA initially opened for business in Nottingham with just three members of staff. We have now grown to employ over eighty staff, opening our second branch at Stafford in 2003, a third in Northampton in 2008, a fourth in Sheffield in 2015 and a fifth in Leeds in 2017.
TLA recognises that its business activities have an impact on the environment.
TLA strive towards achieving a more sustainable future by seeking to minimise any adverse environmental impact in the way it operates / discharges its responsibilities.
Our full environmental policy statement is available from us upon request.
Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) is a European Union Regulation of 18 December 2006.
REACH addresses the production and use of chemical substances, and their potential impacts on both human health and the environment. Its 849 pages took seven years to pass, and it has been described as the most complex legislation in the Union's history and the most important in 20 years. It is the strictest law to date regulating chemical substances and will affect industries throughout the world. REACH entered into force in June 2007, with a phased implementation over the next decade.
TLA have carried out extensive research on this subject and as such we state that we comply with the demands of REACH. We can provide individual component certification as required.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) is the European Community directive 2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) which, together with the RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC, became European Law in February 2003, setting collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods.
The directive imposes the responsibility for the disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment on the manufacturers of such equipment. Those companies should establish an infrastructure for collecting WEEE, in such a way that "Users of electrical and electronic equipment from private households should have the possibility of returning WEEE at least free of charge". Also, the companies are compelled to use the collected waste in an ecologically-friendly manner, either by ecological disposal or by reuse/refurbishment of the collected WEEE.
The WEEE Directive obliged the twenty-five EU member states to transpose its provisions into national law by 13 August 2004. Only Cyprus met this deadline. On 13 August 2005, one year after the deadline, all member states except for Malta and the UK had transposed at least framework regulations. As the national transposition of the WEEE Directive varies between the member states, a patchwork of requirements and compliance solutions is emerging across Europe.
TLA are actively working with all of our suppliers to ensure that we conform or exceed to these regulations.
TLA take our corporate responsibility very seriously and are commited to supporting charities both local and nationwide. There are so many extremely worthy charities and of course we can’t support them all, but supporting ones that affect our staff and friends is our aim and we sincerely hope that every donation makes a real difference to peoples lives.
Spaniel Aid UK
In January 2019 TLA were proud to support Spaniel Aid UK, a UK Registered Charity here for the benefit of the public to relieve the suffering of dogs namely but not exclusively spaniels, who are abandoned, stray or otherwise in need of care and attention. Spaniel Aid UK provide and assist in the provision of rescuing, rehoming and fostering of these dogs and treat and care for them where necessary.
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To everyone at TLA Electrical Distributors, we can't say thank you enough
Thank you so much for your amazing donation of £100.00 to Macmillan Cancer Support. Because of your generosity we'll be able to reach more people with our life-changing support.
No one should face cancer alone
Macmillan believes that everyone affected by cancer should be able to get the help and support they need, so they don't go through cancer alone. That's exactly what your donation is helping us achieve.
Your donation will help us to fund more nurses and therapists to help people through cancer treatment. It will help us to provide more information and support centres offering free and confidential advice. It will support us in our campaigns to improve cancer care and fight discrimination. Your donation will help us be there for patients, carers, families and communities every step of the way.
If you're interested in doing something else for Macmillan, we'd love to have you on board. Please see macmillan.org.uk/get-involved for more details.
Thanks again for being such an important part of the Macmillan team. Without your help, we wouldn't be able to keep providing our vital services. Together we are all Macmillan Cancer Support.
Supporter Donations Team
Dean’s Run For Motor Neurone Disease
In April 2017 Dean is running the London Marathon in support of Motor neurone disease (MNDA) and in memory of his mate Andy. You'll probably remember their charity from the "ice bucket challenge", Dean may need more of that ice after running for 26 miles! "I am running the London Marathon 2017 for Motor Neurone Disease Association because this year i turn 50 and my mate Andy should have too."
If you are able to sponsor Dean then please click on the button below, thank you.