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£837k Awarded to Ten Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth
  1. Nottinghamshire based pond and aquatics company awarded £41k

The company was established in the late 1990’s and supplies many different garden and aquatic centres throughout the country. The success of the company’s innovative grid system led the company to move into seeking to source and subsequently develop and manufacture similar grid products for use in other environments such as driveway grids or event grids, which use recycled materials wherever possible to meet a wide variety of potential needs in the marketplace.

  1. Northamptonshire based precision engineering firm received £23k

Established in 1975, the company uses the latest computer technology which has required significant investment in new machine tools and bar feeders including a Takisawa machine tool chuck arrangement and bar feeders, see images right. Further improvements currently under consideration include moving to larger premises and forklift capability to increase capacity and the scale of work being accepted.

  1. Gloucestershire based engineering firm awarded £152k taking total claims to £1.25m

Founded in 1989, the company is an established engineering industry leader, providing bespoke complex engineering solutions to a wide variety of industrial sectors. Operating within a complex and often changing industrial world, the company has built a reputation for innovative and high-quality products. The company integrates expertise from all engineering disciplines with an ability to work across traditional boundaries.

  1. Berkshire based architects and interior design company received £152k

Formed in 1988, the company is a leader and innovator in office solutions; its world-class, in-house architects are some of the best in the UK and have many years of experience in leading high-profile office interior development projects. The quality of the team, the substantial analytical resource allocated to complex projects and the bringing together of technical solutions and materials have proven to be highly effective in enabling organisations.

  1. Kent based IT consultancy firm awarded £68k in first claim

The company is a leading global Cyber, Risk & Identity consulting practice, specialising in protection against cyber threats, fraud, and misappropriation, leveraging a range of business advisory services, deployments, support, and upgrades for more than 20 SAP software solutions. The company is a consulting firm, they differentiate from their competitors by innovating with the ability to develop bespoke solutions for their clients.

  1. Berkshire based office solutions company received £185k

Formed in 2019, the company has rapidly established itself as a leader and innovator in office solutions; its world-class, in-house architects have many years of experience in leading high-profile office interior development projects. The company believes that a great workplace is one that mirrors the client’s core values and objectives, subsequently the company develops cutting-edge and cost-effective office interior concepts that are unique to a business, based on complex interactions between individuals and teams, the firm takes further steps by analysing those connections and developing highly effective solutions.

  1. Derbyshire based It company awarded £59k

Incorporated in 2011, the company has developed a first-in-class advanced optimisation regime and toolset using IT-based platforms for aiding clients, particularly Local Authorities, to maximise the efficiency and minimise costs of their supply chain, specifically building maintenance and extensions for schools. This new and innovative approach to processing the Government’s own information set in a tailored way brings cost-effective solutions to a resource-limited area of local authority planning.

  1. Nottinghamshire based fabrication company received £62k

As an industrial filter manufacturer, the company specialise in the fabrication and supply of pleated cartridge filters, the firm has a reputation for reliable services and quality products produced within its modern manufacturing facilities. 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 by the OEMs.

  1. Scotland based catering equipment company awarded £73k

The company initially started by buying and selling smaller pieces of catering equipment. After frustrations with third-party fabrication companies, who were very costly but invariably late to deliver, they decided to branch out into making their own products. The company were always reliant on external technology, and so started to reinvest into expertise, taking on refrigeration and catering engineers, as well as more skilled fabricators.

  1. West Midlands based manufacturers of signalling devices received £21k

Formed in 1997 the company manufactures a multitude of devices including incandescent beacons, flashing and static LED and Xenon beacons as well as traditional rotating beacons. Driven by its UK growth and its international customer base along with changes in European legislation regarding warning and alarm systems, the company is continually attempting to develop new and innovative solutions to maintain its market-leading status.

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