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£1m Awarded to Ten Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth
  1. West Yorkshire-based stonework company awarded £28k in first claim

Established in 2002, the company focuses on the development of innovative manufacturing techniques to enable the efficient and precise production of advanced stonework and masonry solutions and is the UK’s largest supplier of new and reclaimed natural stone products. With a mutual and encouraged passion amongst the company for engineering and the challenges associated with developing complex engineering solutions, the company has been able to retain long-serving members of staff that add significantly to the expertise and retain knowledge within the company.

  1. Leicestershire-based control systems company received £30k

Established in 1976, the company often acts as its clients’ control and automation arm, although much of the R&D that underpins the work has to be carried out at risk since it must demonstrate successful outcomes to receive orders.

  1. Bedfordshire-based engineering company awarded £31k

Founded in 1982, the company is a light engineering company specialising in the efficient application of combustion and flare systems. The company work with their clients to minimise the impact of industry on the environment by supplying technology to remove excess or waste gases and contaminants.

  1. Suffolk-based mechanical services company received £40k

Established in 1987, the company specialises in industrial robotics, automation and welding technologies. The company provides bespoke high quality technical solutions for their customers and continuing support of those solutions through long-term after sales support and service. A large proportion of their turnover is derived from the development of bespoke manufacturing solutions incorporating the use of robots for picking, placing, welding or machining. Each development is unique to the customer’s application.

  1. Essex-based software company awarded £39k

Since its incorporation in 1999, the company has achieved steady growth year on year. It has become an expert at integrating the worldwide enterprise application software developer SAP’s products with end users and their legacy systems and the company carries out training to ensure end users become proficient at integrating and using SAP.

  1. Worcestershire-based automotive parts developer received £53k

Established in 2000, the company focuses on the development of automotive vehicle structures and assemblies, particularly for niche and lightweight vehicles. The ability to develop structures from first principles results in the company being used as the R&D facility for small automotive companies or as an extension of the R&D capability for larger businesses, especially on projects where specialist knowledge of the structure and lightweight materials is paramount.

  1. Buckinghamshire-based video security software company awarded £24k in first claim

The company is an international provider of unique, intelligent, and user-friendly video security software solutions and the associated hardware. The company’s clients are based all over the world and vary from working with museums that look after priceless historic treasures, to public bodies and authorities, as well as industrial businesses who want to protect themselves against break-ins, espionage, or sabotage, or who want to optimise their processes with video detection and artificial intelligence (AI).

  1. Merseyside-based electrical manufacturer received £26k

Founded in 1982, the company is a leading designer and manufacturer of cost-effective, quality-focused electrical services. Through regular investment in new technologies and product development, the company has enjoyed substantial growth ever since it was founded.

  1. Surrey-based golf events group awarded £767k in first claim

The Group is comprised of the PGA European Tour Ltd and several subsidiaries and joint venture entities engaged in the promotion, management and administration of men’s professional tournament golf. The Company is the Managing Partner of Ryder Cup Europe LLP, the body which, alongside the PGA of America, administers golf’s greatest team contest, The Ryder Cup. The 2020 edition of the tournament, delayed due to COVID-19, took place in September 2021 in Wisconsin USA.

  1. Leicestershire-based metal spinning company received £12k

Established in 1994, the company was founded as a partnership offering over 45 years of experience in this specialised market of metal fabrication using the spinning technique. The company customer base covers numerous manufacturing sectors, which involves either working from final drawings or physical objects from which they can create drawings, offering a versatile and flexible service.

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