King’s Award for unlimited-length circuit board company
IHT – improved harness technology – PCBs can replace wiring looms in the harsh environments found in automotive, aerospace and industrial applications, and can also be made small enough to replace microwires in medical applications such as catheters, said the company, which was founded in 1989, won a Queen’s Award for export in 2005, and has been developing its IHT PCBs since 2010.
Its three sites are in Tewkesbury, Stevenage (was Stevenage Circuits) and Stonehouse.
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