About Us

About Trax Hydraulics…


In the beginning

Trax hydraulics originally began trading in 1979, Collin Iddon the owner of a local land drainage company started Trax hydraulics to supply and service local companies with all their hydraulic, pneumatic and lubricant requirements. Since then for nearly four decades Trax has provided an extremely fast, efficient, friendly, reliable and cost effective service to all its customers

Trax has always and still is a family run business, The Wright family have recently invested in the latest computer hardware with the latest software installed to control all aspects of the company this has allowed Trax to be able to expand its customer base and improve to a first class professional level of presentation and efficiency in a modern digital age.


A modern 21st century company

The re-branding of Trax Was completed in early 2015, the new logos had to be developed to keep the Trax brand modern and recognisable the old logo developed by Colin nearly four decades ago was dated and did not suite a modern distinguished company. Trax now has a 21st century logo for a modern 21st century company.



A modern professional experience

Today, Trax Hydraulics can offer all its customers a modern professional experience when working together on any project from small hose repairs or the smallest of connecters to bespoke machine manufacture/modifications.

Meet Our Team

We love what we do and we do it with passion.

Tom Wright

Company Director

Tom started working at Trax in September 2004 as a sales assistant/engineer and is now the company director. He really enjoys working at Trax, meeting new and regular customers often by welcoming them with either tea or coffee and discussing the issues of the day.

He also enjoys the variety of challenges that he faces and coming up with the solutions to overcome them using the skills he has acquired through his apprenticeship training, work based training and previous employment in various industries including car manufacturing, commercial vehicle engineering, agricultural engineering, hydraulic engineering, welding, fabrication, sales and retail.

Tom was also raised on a local farm where he learnt all aspects of farming and agriculture which give him a greater insight to what some of his agricultural customers require from a supplier. His parents also had their own business so he learnt to understand the importance of a quality, reliable, friendly and cost effective supply and repair service. He has always pushed this ethos within Trax as it is very important to him.



Petya joined Trax in April 2016 to assist in the office with accounts and credit control. She previously had no experience but as a consequence of helping Tom complete his office duties she soon learnt all the necessary skills for the roll that she took in April 2018.

Petra now works regularly in the office dealing with various enquiries and tasks and looking forward to a wonderful career at Trax Hydraulics.

Darren Clark


Darren joined the team at Trax Hydraulics in January 2016. He has been both a customer and contractor for Trax for over 10 years. On seeing a vacancy in the company Darren jumped at the chance to be part of a growing business and team. He came from running his own business with maintenance and electrical background, where he learnt the importance and value of offering a reliable customer service and building relations with customers and suppliers.


Lewis joined the team at Trax in November 2016 upon seeing a vacancy in the company coming from a local background he jumped at the chance to be part of the growing local business.

He began his time at Trax with limited experience but soon flourished in his role on the trade counter and has become a valued member of the team.


Jeff has worked at Trax now for 2 years. He started his career as a motorcycle engineer learning stuff from there. He previously known Tom for 7 years through work and other aspects of business.

Tom offered Jeff a position working alongside him with their engineering knowledge explored different aspects of the engineering side of the company and explore new ways in engineering.

He looks forward to spending years to come working at Trax Hydraulics.


Michael has recently left school and have gone onto an apprenticeship with his dad Tom at Trax Hydraulics. He has worked with his dad most of his life and is constantly learning more and more everyday.

My dad hopes one day he will learn all aspects of the company from the agricultural to the engineering side of things and that one day be part of the management team.

Michael looks forward to spending many years to come working at Trax.