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A Warwickshire precision manufacturing company, which is marking 40 years in business, has completed a £700,000 investment drive.
Technoset, which employs 25 people at its base in Rugby, has installed four new lathes and a state-of-the-art laser scanning device to support the machining and measurement of complex components for customers involved in the aerospace, medical and fibre optics markets.
Supported by the Manufacturing Growth Programme, the company has also secured AS9100 Rev D, a quality accreditation.
The award will ensure it can deliver more than £1.4m of orders to produce engine, actuation, interior lighting and landing gear parts.
Managing director Kevan Kane said: "The business started life completing high volume/low value work, but this has evolved over the 40 years so that we are now recognised as a manufacturer of complex and specialist parts designed to be used in demanding environments.