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  • Allergy disorders target

    Cambridge Antibody Technology (CAT) has granted iCo Therapeutics an exclusive worldwide licence for the development and commercialisation of CAT-213... Read More

  • Travel firm boss pioneers new Jaguar race venture

    A Cambridge executive is in the driving seat for an exciting new venture.A Cambridge executive is in the driving seat for an exciting new venture.... Read More

  • NYK Logistics wins Korean electronics deal

    Milton Keynes based NYK Logistics has landed a contract with consumer electronics giant, LG Electronics to provide a home delivery service. The value... Read More

  • Wetherspoon expansion

    Herts-based pub operator JD Wetherspoon, has announced plans to open 30 new premises, creating 1,200 new jobs during 2007. Herts-based pub operator... Read More

  • Care UK JV wins contract

    Colchester-based health care provider Care UK has announced that its joint venture company Partner Health Group (PHG) has been appointed preferred... Read More

  • Emap wins beauty parade

    The business-to-business division of Emap – Emap Communications – has announced the acquisition of Trades Exhibitions Limited (TEL) for a cash... Read More

  • Global Marine Systems to the rescue in Far East

    Chelmsford-based Global Marine Systems (GMS) has once again gone to the rescue in the Far East following a major natural catastrophe.Chelmsford-based... Read More

  • PB on track to deliver

    Jacobs Nederland BV has placed an order with Peterborough-based engineering firm, Peter Brotherhood, for the design, manufacture and supply of two,... Read More

  • Northants waste firm more than happy to go to Hull

    Hull City Council has approved Northampton-based Waste Recycling Group’s planning application for a new Energy from Waste facility at Salt End, Hull.... Read More

  • Irish buy MK measurement firm

    A specialist measuring instrument company based in Milton Keynes has been acquired by a leading international business for an undisclosed sum.A... Read More

  • Suffolk generates wind of change

    The world’s leading provider of wind energy has sent a fact-finding mission to the East of England to tap into the region’s own offshore wind power... Read More

  • STG wins Air Canada contract

    Aircraft safety specialist, STG Aerospace, has won a contract to supply Air Canada’s domestic fleet with the ‘glow-in-the-dark’ floorpath marking... Read More

  • Atkin success in Germany

    Atkin Automation Ltd, which makes coil handling and processing equipment for metal strip, has returned from a German expo with more than £6 million... Read More

  • RSA opens in Singapore

    Herts Life Sciences recruitment company RSA has opened a new office in Singapore, with assistance from UK Trade... Read More

  • Ultravision back home

    Contact lens developer, Ultravision has announced the opening of a 1,000 sq ft R... Read More

  • Asian entrepreneurs brought together by Lloyds

    Asian entrepreneurs from Essex and the Thames Gateway gathered at the Bollywood Bowling and Grill in Ilford for a celebration of cultural diversity... Read More

  • Inion says it will meet expectations on revenues

    Biodegradable medical implant developer, Inion has announced that it anticipates revenues for 2006 will be around €5.7m, in line with current market... Read More

  • T-Mobile deal for Autonomy

    T-Mobile has chosen Autonomy's infrastructure software to power its e-commerce websites.Autonomy's IDOL platform, will deliver “highly relevant... Read More

  • Computacenter on track

    Computacenter in Hatfield said it expects its pre-tax profits for 2006 to be in line with City expectations at £38.2m, before exceptionals.... Read More

  • Triumphant Arc beats expectations

    Herts based semiconductor company, Arc International said its full-year and half-year results would be ahead of market expectations, sending its... Read More

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