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TMD featured in Parliamentary Review

Posted 10 October 2017 · Add Comment

TMD Technologies Limited (TMD), West London based, world class manufacturer of professional microwave and RF products, has been featured in the prestigious, UK Government 2016/17 Parliamentary Review.

Above: At its design and manufacturing facility in West London, TMD produces its range of specialised microwave products for radar, EW, communications, EMC, scientific and medical applications. Here, microwave tubes are being assembled in a clean environment.
Illustration from the UK government 2016/17 Parliamentary Review


Selected to share ‘best practice’ in the publication, alongside and under the auspices of Prime Minister Theresa May, TMD is one of a small number of manufacturing organisations chosen to appear in the definitive Parliamentary Review document that looks back on the year in industry and government at Westminster. 

The Parliamentary Review is now a key feature of the UK’s political calendar, with its main aim to highlight best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sectors.      
 
Peter Butcher (right), Executive Chairman of TMD commented: “We were very pleased to be considered one of the few ‘outstanding manufacturing organisations’ eligible to have a company profile featured in the latest Parliamentary Review. Since our MBO from Thorn EMI Electronics in 1995, TMD has initiated and maintained exceptional and on-going growth in hi-tech design and manufacture, and has earned itself an enviable global reputation for specialised microwave innovation and reliability.

"Today we operate truly worldwide, with an international network of customers and representatives. More than 90% of our products are exported – mainly to the States through our new USA company based in Maryland.”
 

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