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£314k Awarded to Seven Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth
  1. London based engineering firm receives £84k in R&D tax credits taking total claims to £539k over eight years

Incorporated in 1999, the company is a highly advanced engineering company that designs, develops, and produces gears and splines on components to aerospace standards. The company takes a proactive approach towards innovative problem solving and investing in new technologies. This approach has been supported by the company’s previous R&D tax credits. Technical difficulties had often taken some time to overcome, and delivery times had often been too slow for customers. As a result of substantial process R&D, they are now predominantly on time. The Company is constantly aiming for better, faster, and cheaper processes, which can only be achieved through technological advances, proactive R&D, investment in machine tools and innovative processes, and by operating in a clean, modern, and well-equipped working environment.

  1. Norfolk based manufacturing company awarded £22k for fourth claim

The company was formed in 1996 and is a specialist developer and manufacturer of high-quality metal and plastic jerry cans and associated products for military, motorsport, and regular use, globally. The company’s containers are bespoke designed and engineered to be blow-moulded from high-density polyethylene using the latest available technology. This enables the company to produce more robust, leak-free, and longer-lasting containers.

  1. Nottinghamshire based fabrication company receives £67k taking total claims to £386k

The company was established over 30 years ago and incorporated in 2011 following a Management Buy Out. The company specialises in the fabrication and supply of pleated cartridge filters, the company has a reputation for reliable service and quality products produced within its modern manufacturing facilities. The company caters to a diverse client base including multiple blue-chip clients. The company also manufactures bespoke filter elements for special applications, tailored to meet each customer’s individual requirements as well as using reverse engineering techniques to re-develop old, defunct filters that have come to the end of their useful lives but, for a variety of reasons, cannot be reproduced

  1. Chesterfield based precision engineering company awarded £30k

Incorporated in 2001, the company is a specialist in Extrusion Tooling & Subcontract Machining, precision engineering, CNC turning and CNC milling. Due to the demanding or challenging nature of the company’s projects, the company will seek to meet and even exceed customer expectations by combining production and problem-solving skills with an innovative approach to ensure that the best, most effective result is achieved, time after time. To enable customers to single source their products, the company also offers additional services such as heat treatment, plating and material sourcing through its tried, tested, and trusted network of suppliers, ensuring everything needed from a subcontract CNC machining company can be provided.

  1. Cheshire based education company receives £50k in first claim

The company was established in 2013 and is a leader in educational administration software, specifically in systems integration. Developing custom integrated software designed for schools and educational authorities to facilitate data exchange and manage corporate responsibility. The company’s flagship product, ‘The School Bus’ has been a huge hit with their client base, and they continue to find new ways to develop the product as well as producing others that will satisfy the needs of education. The R&D team at Hub4Leaders now have a history of quality and have continued to develop and produce new software innovations to remain at the forefront of the sector.

  1. Leicestershire based HVAC company awarded £48k

The company specialise in the design, manufacture, and installation of air movement systems for new construction projects and the retrofitting of plant and ducting into existing buildings. The company’s employee’s significant expertise and ability to innovate enables the company to take on technologically challenging projects with confidence in a specialised field, developing unique solutions for their clients.

  1. Derbyshire based kitchen manufacturing company awarded £12k

Incorporated in 1998 the company designs, develops, manufactures, and installs high-quality kitchens, continually scouring the market for new, improved raw materials; it develops new styles and improved technology to aid and enhance its kitchen systems. At the heart of the company is their drive to deliver quality, longevity, innovative solutions, and first-class customer service. The company specialises in bespoke product development, researching new materials and new technologies to deliver innovative yet aesthetically pleasing kitchens for their clients.


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