Pure Network Engineering Group, which supplies high-tech industries with engineered components, has moved into an office in Howbery Business Park’s historic Manor House.
Managing director Carl Joy needed a professional environment to run his business which supplies manufactured parts to clients of varying size in sectors such as motorsport, medical equipment, electric vehicles, aerospace, energy, defence and science.
“The Howbery office is ideal,” he said. “Not only are we working from an impressive building steeped in history but it offers us scope to grow into new facilities on site whilst we expand our team and it offers lots of work-life-balance opportunities for our staff. I’m looking forward to collaborating with other companies on the park and getting involved in social activities when more people return to their offices.”
Joy is planning to recruit new sales support staff over the coming months. They will help project manage the production and supply of anything from one-off prototypes to high-volume manufactured parts in all material types, by CNC machining or even 3D printing in metal.
“We’re always delighted to welcome new companies to Howbery Park, and it’s especially heartening at the moment seeing that some businesses are doing sufficiently well to take on new premises,” said Howbery Park estates manager Donna Bowles. “We are still close to full capacity with more than 50 organisations based here, so Carl should find plenty of opportunities to network.”