Triteq has twenty-five years’ experience in supporting innovators in getting their product to market.

We have an outstanding track record in creating robust, scalable products for the real-life world. Our comprehensive, tried and tested Design for Manufacture process ensures that we work with our clients from the beginning of the design process right through to preparing products for full-scale manufacture. When you work with us, our skill set becomes your skill set.

Where are you, where do you need to be, and in what time frame? What do you need to demonstrate to your potential investors? What type of prototype do we need to build for you? What are your long-term objectives?

These are just some of the questions our multidisciplinary group of product designers will be asking you when you work with Triteq. By continuing to ask the right questions – both of you and ourselves – we achieve solid outcomes for you and your product.

Solid in-house product design expertise

People come to Triteq to engage with our teams. Our teams work together in one shared space, which means our clients’ projects are never more than two minutes’ walk away from the teams that are working on them. People trust us with their valuable idea because they want the best possible support in achieving commercial success. Our solid in-house expertise means we can deliver that.

Triteq have designed a wide range of products, from small scale safety critical medical devices to the large scale tracking systems for industrial manufacturing plants. We combine intelligent design with skillful engineering.

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Triteq has signed up for a third year running as sponsor of the Young Entrepreneur Award.

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