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Sewtec Automation Wins Shooting Stars Award

Sewtec Automation wins Huddersfield Town’s latest Shooting Stars Award in association with Lucas Lee

Sewtec Automation provide high-quality, bespoke automation systems for global brands who need intelligent solutions. Delivering efficiency in the world’s most demanding production environments.
Sewtec is a rapidly-growing specialist precision engineering company. Designing and manufacturing bespoke automation solutions for a diverse range of industries including general food production, confectionary, FMCG, tobacco, pharmaceutical and medical device.
Sewtec work across all industries and processes. A few of the solutions they have helped provide are, a high-speed assembly system for medical devices, high-volume transit packaging for tobacco products, secondary packaging for a market leader in confectionary products and secondary package for a market leader in beverage products.
For more information on Sewtec Automation visit their website https://sewtec.co.uk/ and Twitter @Sewtec

Managing Director Mark Cook commented

“Sewtec is delighted to receive this recognition. Supporting the local community is a key aspect of our business as are our ambitious growth plans which are creating new technology and manufacturing jobs in the region.”
Chris Lee Managing Director of Lucas Lee said:
“Sewtec are yet another example of a solid manufacturing business on our door step. They have a great set up, but you can tell that they are ready to move to bigger, purpose built premises and we wish them good luck with sorting this in the near future.”
Sean Jarvis Commercial Director of Huddersfield Town added:
“It’s always good to hear stories of local businesses not been affected by Brexit, the fact that Sewtec work with companies all around the world, working with some big clients such as Nestle & Pedigree, is testament to this.”

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