Over six years (2012-2017), a manufacturer has received a great total of £88,500 in R&D tax credits with the latest addition of £9,700. The company manufacture a range of products, utilising R&D to offer competitive pricing and high levels of product availability.
Research and development is carried out to offer a tailor-made services adapted to specific needs. Technical leading-edge improvements in material performance, products and manufacturing techniques are constantly sought after to remain competitive. Many technological uncertainties occur that require reverse engineering, extensive trial & error, prototype sampling, tooling and machine-tool programming.
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