Name: Luton Engineering Services
Industry/sector: Manufacturing and engineering
Date founded: 2003
The boss: Shirley Russell Aboagye
Location: South East
Latest turnover: £41.5m
Three-year compound growth rate (%): 67.08
Latest EBITDA: £4.4m
Whether it’s transmission lines, substations, civil engineering or power house, Luton Engineering supports project management around route planning, installations, land procurement, architectural design and more.
The 2003-launched firm works with private sector and government organisations worldwide and prides itself on delivering a quality service that combines professional and technical advice, customer relations, innovation, a global supply network and high end products.
“Luton Engineering has successfully completed a number of projects for a diverse range of clients in different industry sectors. Our diversity and persistence on quality has enabled us to remain competitive in this sector,” the business revealed.
“As a company, Luton Engineering prides itself on our ability to create a rapport with all clients, no matter how big or small. This in turn enables us to build a stronger business relationship to ensure that all their needs are catered for. Our company has successfully provided an extended credit facility to many private and government institutions over the past years.”
A notable piece of work Luton Engineering completed was in Kasoa – a town in Ghana that has a busy market atmosphere and population of 42,000 people. As the growth of the town rose considerable in recent years alongside local personal wealth and electricity access, the demand for power had increased which resulted in frequent power cuts.
As such, Luton Engineering was drafted in by the Electricity Board of Ghana to help solve the problem.
“Luton Engineering Services successfully designed and constructed the new transmission line on time and to budget providing the people of Kasoa a new essential piece of infrastructure investment,” said the firm.
“This investment combined with other investments being enacted by the client ECG, will help to provide a more consistent and reliable power supply for industry, commerce and the residents of Kasoa.”
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