5
Aug
First Internet

Envin Scientific to feature in 2016 Parliamentary Review

Envin Scientific will be brought to the attention of tens of thousands of business leaders throughout the UK as part of the 2016 Parliamentary Review Manufacturing Edition, which will also offer a snapshot of the present and future positions of the industry in general.

Manufacturing is one of the sectors to receive special attention by the Parliamentary Review, an annual ‘state of the nation’ style report which combines forewords and insight from members of Parliament and the Cabinet, with expertise from industry leaders and case studies of specific success stories.

For the 2016 edition, Envin Scientific will be one of the companies featured, highlighting the company’s best-practice approach and the lessons that can be learned throughout the manufacturing sector.

With the Parliamentary Review circulated to around 100,000 businesses and policymakers, it’s a great opportunity for Envin’s excellent track record to inspire those working in manufacturing, and a reminder of the importance scientific manufacturing plays in the UK economy, in a sector that is often perceived as being purely industrial in nature.

Last year’s review demonstrated this distinction too, with profiles of companies involved in lens manufacturing, smart chemical additives for plastic materials, and even hand-assembled padlocks.

For Envin Scientific – which will be celebrating 40 years in business in 2017 – this is an opportunity to reach a broad and knowledgeable industry audience with details of our optical filters, sensors and gas detection equipment, which has crucial roles in everything from scientific analysis to maintaining indoor air quality in the most sensitive of environments.

Envin’s performance is testament to the continued strength of UK manufacturing – especially in certain areas, both in terms of our scientific focus and our geographic location in Cheshire, north-west England – and as we head towards our 40-year milestone, it is a great honour to be a part of the manufacturing industry’s Parliamentary Review in this way.