A world leader in Fluid Transfer Systems
What do we do?
Goodridge is a worldwide leading manufacturer of performance fluid transfer systems.
For over 50 years, OEM’s , high level motorsport teams, privateers and distributors/dealers have been using Goodridge products; whether that be through our consultancy based ‘design and build’ approach, or through our range of catalogue performance plumbing product.
Using our experience, Goodridge provides solutions that maximise your project/business potential, giving you the edge on the competition.
Manufacturing in eleven facilities globally, Goodridge supplies customers around the world with a unique combination of design, innovation, reliability and outstanding service.
Visual Mission Statement
Goodridge, the first choice solution provider, excelling in the global delivery of advanced engineered fluid transfer systems.
Through relentless, continuous improvement, accelerating our business, striving to always exceed expectation, we answer quickly and efficiently to our customer’s needs. Through hard work, transparency and style, we are fully committed to achieving and sharing our success with our partners and employees.
Our people are our greatest asset and Goodridge is the number one place where people who share our values want to work.
Goodridge was founded by Stuart Goodridge in Totnes, Devon (UK) in 1969. Following his return from a successful racing career in Canada, Stuart began assembling and selling aerospace fluid transfer components to motorsport race teams. The company remained housed in a listed building on Collins Road, Totnes, until 1988 when the company purchased and developed a site on the Exeter Airport Business Park. In the same year, plants were opened in France, Germany, Spain, Holland, Mexico, and two in the USA.
The airport site was developed and repeatedly extended over 28 years, passing the company’s 40th anniversary. In 2012, Otter Court was acquired on Marsh Barton Trading Estate, to accommodate plans for vertical integration and focus on delivering cost improvements to the business and customers.
In 2016 the decision was made to merge Goodridge’s UK operations at the Dart Building on Exeter Business Park, bringing 148 of the group’s 400+ global workforce together.
Goodridge was acquired by Rubicon Grovepoint Industries LLP in 2013. With £3m of investment in the company since 2013.