Relocation to The Innovation Centre

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We are relocating to new larger premises following a steady growth over the last two years, which has seen the company double in people size and extend our already impressive capabilities to include a specialised Industrial Design team, headed up by Joseph O'Connor.

This month we are celebrating after hearing that that we have been shortlisted for the IET Innovation Awards.

This comes only a few weeks after being shortlisted for the British Engineering Excellence Awards.

Triteq has a well deserved and hard-earned  reputation for outstanding product design and is a leading UK based technology solutions provider specialising in electronic design and development  for both consumer and business clients.  Established in 1992, Triteq has over 60 employees and is privately owned by its original founders, Jackie Berry and Steve Lane.  The strong focus on Quality Management, gives clients the confidence and reassurance in every project and  is led by industry expert, John Harvey.

Triteq is registered by TUV to ISO9001-2001 and ISO13485 and serves a broad market base of customers with a focus on telematics and safety-critical electronics and provides them with high quality, pioneering design solutions tailored to meet their precise requirements. These include electronic and electromechanical design, software, control platforms and integration of telematic technologies.

Customers within medical, telecoms, exploration and product innovation sectors benefit from Triteq's in-house operations; comprising design, test, tooling and production.

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