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From the monthly archives: June, 2011

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

Meet the Triteq Team

As well as meeting many clients, suppliers and colleagues at our offices in Hungerford, Berkshire at Triteq we also firmly believe that there is great value in getting out and about. Triteq regularly attend many exhibitions and we see this as an investment in making sure we are fully informed about new developments and emerging technologies across different markets and also as an oportunity to meet people and exchange ideas.

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Designing A Secure Future

Triteq's technology and product development expertise has brought many innovative and successful designs to the market over the last 19 years. With a creative team of electronic, software and industrial designers, supported by prototype manufacturing and test services, the business has excellent resources to develop new products.

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John Harvey joins Triteq Team

With over 18 years' of quality management systems experience, John brings additional knowledge of military, aerospace and telecommunications sectors to complement Triteq's established quality management system. He has worked at major organisations including IBM, Motorola and Esterline Advanced Sensors.

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Opportunities at Triteq

At Triteq we are always keen to hear from talented people as we appreciate that knowledge, innovation and opportunity are the key drivers of our business. If you are accomplished in your field, with bright ideas and a positive approach, why not talk to us today?

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Triteq Production Manager & World Record

Triteq Production Manager, Matthew Angel is one of the team that helped create the Volkswagen Black Current which has just set a world record in an electric car, powered by batteries!

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The Next Big Competitive Advantage

In recent years, three big sustainability trends - declining resources, radical transparency, and increasing expectations - have redefined the way we do business. With these new pressures on our hands, what is business to do?

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Carbon: Facts & Figures for 2011

Recent figures show that the voluntary carbon market has experienced a 34% growth resulting in a value of $424 million. "Back to the Future: State and Trends of the Voluntary Carbon Markets 2010," published by Ecosystem Marketplace and Bloomberg New Energy Finance attributes this to the "growing emphasis of corporate social responsibility spending on climate change".

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