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CB Technology's revenues rise by 36%

John Cameron, managing director at CB Technology (Image: Chris Watt)
John Cameron, managing director at CB Technology (Image: Chris Watt)

Scotland's largest independent electronics contract manufacturer, CB Technology, has delivered a 36% increase to £14.3m during the last year.

Its revenues have increased 500% since the management buy-in backed by Maven Capital Partners in 2015.

The Livingston-based provider remains on track to achieve its £20m turnover target by 2025.

Over the last 18 months, CB Technology has continued to diversify its manufacturing capability beyond its traditional energy sector involvement, with the addition of new clients in communications, Internet of Things (IoT) and the life sciences sectors.

The company continues to invest in new equipment, along with increasing its headcount to 85 over the last year - along with three apprentices.

The company, founded in 1999, supplies technology products and services to a variety of multinationals, while also supporting the growth of small and medium-sized businesses across the UK.

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