JMDA Design welcomes two new starters

JMDA Design welcomes two new starters

Product design agency JMDA Design has welcomed two new starters to its team at its head office in Worcestershire. Greg Chick and Charlotte Critchley join the award-winning team as design engineers, reflecting the company’s new growth phase and the buoyant nursery industry, as the demand for high-end design styling leads the marketplace. Greg is JMDA’s new senior design engineer, with eight...

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ACE bounces back from lockdown disruption to target £10m sales

ACE bounces back from lockdown disruption to target £10m sales

A Telford precision engineering specialist is now trading 10% above pre Covid-19 levels after it recorded its largest ever monthly intake of orders. Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE), which employs 54 people at its facility at Hortonwood, has seen volumes in the automotive and aerospace sectors increase rapidly, alongside exciting new opportunities for its titanium, copper and aluminium etching...

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Shropshire engineers invest £500,000 into bringing the iDry to life

Shropshire engineers invest £500,000 into bringing the iDry to life

A team of Shropshire engineering specialists is targeting £1 million of sales after delivering new body drying technology that removes the need for towels and is kinder to the environment. Apres Innovations has invested more than £500,000 into creating production and assembly lines for the iDry, which fits on to a wall and uses a patented design to push air through vents to dry your body in as...

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Staffordshire engineering firm claims back £24,000 for innovation

Staffordshire engineering firm claims back £24,000 for innovation

Staffordshire-based engineering firm Boothby Engineering – with the help of tax specialists Access2Funding – has successfully claimed back just under £24,000 in research and development tax credits across two claims. With origins dating back to 1985, the highly experienced UK-wide team provides a comprehensive service to clients across a wide range of sectors, predominantly within the aerospace...

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C-ALPS technology chosen to play critical role in €7m hydrogen-powered mass passenger coach project

C-ALPS technology chosen to play critical role in €7m hydrogen-powered mass passenger coach project

Coventry University’s reputation as a world leader in clean mobility has received a major boost today, after it was selected to play a significant role in a €7 million project that will help develop hydrogen-powered mass passenger coaches. The Centre for Advance Low Carbon Propulsion Systems (C-ALPS) is one of the CoacHyfied partners, a 14-strong consortium led by higher education and...

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