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Adreco was founded in 1977 in Milton Keynes, the UK's most prosperous city and has been manufacturing for over 40 years. Milton Keynes remains our Head Office and we also have facilities in Shenzhen, China.
We are accredited to ISO9001: 2015, a member of The British Plastics Federation (BPF) and a member of SEDEX (The Supplier Ethical Data Exchange). Uniquely, we have Moulding, Toolmaking and Assembly operations, including Cleanroom Assembly, all based at Milton Keynes.
MEEE Services as a company aspires to delve deeper into engineering to take full advantage of the endless possibilities it offers. Mechatronics is paving the path to advancement in technology and MEEE is treading that path. The company boasts a team of engineers who employ an interdisciplinary approach when solving technical problems. Even though we are constantly integrating multiple disciplines like systems engineering, electronics, mechanical engineering, computer engineering and programming, the result is a perfectly synchronized system free of flaws and errors. Every company offers a distinct set of services while working to achieve a particular set of goals and MEEE is no different. The unity between our services and our aspirations links us to our customers and the wider world. It is by providing answers to their questions we simultaneously achieve our aims. MEEE has taken cognizance of the broad field of engineering and focuses on the most potent aspects of it, namel…
Mars International is a privately owned company that provides value to our customers by delivering electrical and mechanical assemblies and finished goods through our extensive world-class manufacturing network.
Aaron (Zhibin), Cheng is currently working for BAR Architects in San Francisco, California. He received a master of architecture degree from Rice University in 2010. He earned a bachelor of architecture degree from Tongji University in 2009.
During his study at school, Aaron participated in and won several competitions, including the golden prize in Creative M50 2007 and many other excellent prizes. He also has significant international working experience, ranging from CPG in Singapore to Carlos Jimenez Studio in the US.
Aaron’s major and job is architecture design, but he considers himself more as a designer. He has developed an interdisciplinary practice specializing in problem-solving projects. His portfolio encompasses product design, architecture design, urban design, website design, photography, and art.
At Generator, we treat your passion like our own. We are dedicated to our clients’ success. It requires focus, patience, knowledge, funds and time to transform an idea into a tangible product suitable for consumption.
We design Global products using global resources - we understand regulations, we know the best locations to prototype and manufacture cost effective parts and we research, invent, test, innovate, design, develop, license, import, manufacture and market our clients creations. Every step we take is toward maximizing our clients’ return on investment.
Each project is unique and requires a custom-fit process with flow and timing driven by each client.
Catalyst Product Development, Inc. was started by designers, engineers, and manufacturers for designers, engineers, and manufacturers. We understand development cycles, trade show milestones, plan-o-grams, budget constraints, tight dead lines. We know the feeling of victory in being first to market and the rush of adrenaline that a successful product launch brings.
The Catalyst business model was born from the frustration of product development cycles that took entirely too long to produce results.
We concluded long ago that there had to be a better process than one with continually-changing marketing specs, never-ending prototype iterations, stressful production staff meetings, seemingly infinite tooling lead times, and the ever-popular last minute “we have to have this ready for the next tradeshow” memo from management.
And, we believed that there needed to be an alternative to the design firms that stated they understood concept through production—but…
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