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From the monthly archives: February, 2011

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'February, 2011'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

AP@home

AP@home is an FP7 funded project and Triteq are one of twelve companies involved across Europe. The objective of AP@home is to build and evaluate an artificial pancreas (AP) with automated closed loop glycaemic control for insulin treated patients with diabetes.

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Russ Berry Retires

Russ Berry was one of the first members of staff at Triteq and became Quality Manager as the company expanded and after 13 years of service, Russ has decided to take the next step and retire so that he can spend more time on his music career in his blues band the Hoodoo Kingz.

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Road to Recovery

Triteq had one of its biggest years of growth in 2010, winning major new contracts and increasing its team, across all departments. Whilst GDP figures show that the economy grew by 0.8 percent during the third quarter, which many see as an encouraging result, job creation in the UK is not as bouyant and over 10.4 percent of firms expected to decrease employment over the three months to December 2010.

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Triteq Sponsors the Black Current

Triteq have signed the Black Current and its brilliant team for the next twelve months. Last year, they had a really successful year of racing at a variety of events including, Easter Thunderball, Alternative Energy and BugJam.

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2011 edie Awards for Environmental Excellence

3rd November 2011 Hurlingham Club London. "The 2011 edie awards for environmental excellence website is now live- enter your project or product for an award now".

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