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Growth increase for MBA Engineering as firm reports

MBA Engineering, the Yorkshire-based laser cutting and metal fabrication equipment supplier, has reported an accelerated boost in growth during the last year.

The company reported a turnover of 1.4 million for 2017/18, a growth of 94% compared to the previous year C almost doubling its turnover within the past Yr alone.

This growth is partly due to its exclusive partnership with Polish fibre laser manufacturer, Kimla, that’s enabled the organization to cultivate its clientele.

The growth has sparked ambitious intentions to invest and expand its machine moving service.

MBA Engineering has recently set the wheels moving with the addition of a highly trained technician to create and manage this section on the business as the company strives to continue this amount of increase the future.

MD Bradley McBain said: “Reflecting to the advancement of MBA Engineering during the last year sounds like a fantastic achievement using our 94% growth, that’s because of the commitment and hard work of your MBA Engineering team.”

He added: “The development of the provider means us to inflate our company and develop specific parts of the industry, just like the machine installations, which is a key area we want to formulate continuing to move forward.”

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