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£533K awarded to Ten Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth
  1. Leicestershire-based air movement systems company awarded £30k

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. Their 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. Cheshire-based lubricants manufacturer received £41k

The company is a market-leading manufacturer and developer of tear top and screw top tubes used predominantly in health & nutrition markets and it contract packs liquids into its own tubing in these areas, though other markets are also serviced. The company use a style of tubing material, a multi-laminated and welded plastic which it developed itself many years ago, which is generally acknowledged as the finest example of tubing in the market.

  1. Cheshire-based interior design company awarded £18k

The company have always worked in the high-end bracket in everything that they have done. They still have the workshops today that undertake upholstery and joinery and they have sustained a great network of trades that they can call on. Design is always evolving and as a creative collective of interior and furniture designers, they have never remained static. They have 32 years of experience and they like to think that they know a thing or two about good designs.

  1. Cambridgeshire-based automotive parts developer received £131k

Established in 1999 and incorporated in 2004, the company is an automotive parts developer and manufacturer dedicated to the supply of better-performance Lotus Elise and TVR car variants and other automotive equipment. Their CAD/CAM design team has proved their worth with many innovative and exclusive products that have been race proven throughout the world and, along with close links with dozens of race teams, enable them to test products under the most extreme conditions.

  1. Wales-based engineering company awarded £59k

The company specialises in the design, development and manufacture of timber roof trusses, metal web floor joists and timber frame building systems. The company prides itself on the fact that it uses the most up-to-date equipment and technology to run a very efficient operation. The company’s operation involves timber cutting (using the most advanced machinery available), timber treatment, assembly and manufacturing on a just-in-time basis.

  1. London-based IT consultancy firm received £48k in first claim

The company are a digital transformation service provider, bringing innovation, bespoke development, and service management capability to safeguard their customers for future generations. They provide their clients with expert consultancy and pragmatic strategies to overhaul their traditional, struggling operations and bring value to their customers more quickly.

  1. Nottinghamshire-based dye manufacturer awarded £10k

The company have worked with many large brands and retailers, including Next, Boden, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, H&M, Matalan and Timberland, creating colour specifications on their behalf.  Customers approach PCS with a specific colour they want to achieve for a commercial process, and PCS devise the best way of reproducing that very specific colour.

  1. Wales-based timber frame manufacturing company received £32k

The company is a timber frame building manufacturing company, supplying individually designed homes to clients’ exacting and often complex requirements, from inception to occupation. The company’s product offering is of the highest quality and will be developed to achieve an excellent thermal insulation U-value. The company can offer a standard range of house and bungalow designs but specialises in one-off, bespoke buildings designed by individual clients, and their in-house CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs are the most comprehensive, state of the art, available to the construction industry in Europe.

  1. Leicestershire-based electrical company awarded £157k

The company’s product portfolio stretches from pushbutton systems and isolators to sophisticated process control and software solutions. Much of the business is focused on the stocking and distribution of automation and control products; these products are sourced from 50 of the world’s best suppliers comprising around 60,000 separate electrical, electronic, and pneumatic items. The company regional offices also supply control equipment to some projects where the R&D and software development are carried out by the customer.

  1. Suffolk-based partition installation company received £5k

The company is an independent owner-managed company that specialises in the manufacture of partitioning systems, mezzanine floor design, and furniture for laboratories, cleanrooms, and the educational and pharmaceutical sectors. The company provides turnkey solutions for the products they manufacture, including suspended ceilings & flooring, with particular attention paid to maximising workspace during the build-out or refurbishment of an existing building.

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