|Alwayse Engineering was established in 1939 in Birmingham, England. As originators of the Ball Transfer Unit, they have become an integral part of the Material handling industry.
The name “Alwayse” derives from the multi-directional nature of the ball transfer unit — they move in all directions enabling the easy transfer of light and heavy loads, and the direction of motion to change instantly.
Whether used for loading or feeding machines, moving goods or materials, as an alternative to a castor or in a form of linear operation, ball transfer units provide an important and essential service. Alwayse Ball Transfer Units are used in industries throughout the world.
In 2008 Alwayse Engineering was recognised by the Queen's Award for Enterprise, being awarded an accolade in the International Trade category for its record-breaking export performances.
Since 2003, NOC international is an official distributor of the Alwayse.