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Making the dream reality at Karpas Engineering

We all have dreams and Thomas Karpasitis is no different, except he has made his dream into reality with the creation of Karpas Engineering in the summer of 2018. Taking a leap of faith Thomas, along with his wife Sophie, invested their savings and committed to making...

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MKB Precision Engineering goes large with XYZ Machine Tools

Essex-based MKB Precision Engineering is the archetypal father and son business formed in 2012, which has developed a reputation for delivering machined parts for bespoke lighting systems within theatres, factories, offices and high-end domestic customers. As its...

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No delivery is too challenging for XYZ Machine Tools

Having won a substantial order for six machine tools for the Přibram Technical College in the Czech Republic, XYZ’s distributor, Rexim, had to overcome significant challenges to deliver the machines. Located in a building that dates to when the country was part of the...

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BG Engineering plans for the future with XYZ

Investing in the future of its business in terms of skills and capacity as well as expanding organically and through acquisition is at the forefront of BG Engineering’s plans. This process has been accelerated following an investment in a strategic stake in the...

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A towering success for UK manufacturer

Monument Tools can trace its history back to 1880 when George Collier opened a tool merchant business in Brixton, London. The business gained its current name from the location of its first manufacturing business, opened in 1908, which was in the shadow of London’s...

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Accranut – A business growing through investment

With a history going back almost 70 years The Accranut Company, along with its sister business Coventry Collets, continues to look to the future and invest in the right technology and processes for its business and product development. This includes several machines...

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Keeping railway heritage rolling along

Built in 1903, the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway served the communities along the winding valley that joined the mainline at Welshpool. This narrow-gauge railway allowed livestock, coal and timber to be transported easily, as well as providing a passenger...

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