Based in Clay Cross, just outside Chesterfield an advanced engineering company received £42K in R&D tax credits over three years with the latest claim of over £14,000. The company offer precision machining of components to fulfil customer requirements using a varied selection of machinery and inspection equipment.
A highly skilled and flexible workforce of engineers are constantly approaching the work with open and analytical minds to enable the jobs to be completed in a fit for purpose manner at a cost that meets both supplier and client requirements. The company continually has to update its tooling, handling systems and approaches to work to cope with the huge variety of tasks it has to handle.
Initial R&D tax credit claims have been reinvested in state-of-the-art equipment as two new CNC (Computer Numeric Controlled) machining centres have been added to its capacity as well as a twin pallet, horizontal Mazak H1000 machining centre.