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Image:-AES Electronics’ programming and testing, which is carried out on a various computer-aided design (CAD) packages and the outputs are used to drive PCB manufacture; automated surface mount assembly and automated optical inspection (AOI).
AES was established in 2012 with a focus on creating value for clients, using innovation, design and technology to bring new products to market or to extend the life-cycle of existing products. With its origins in the UK manufacture of printed circuit boards for more than forty years, the AES ethos from the outset has been one of continuous improvement, investment and an open partnership approach with suppliers and clients who are actively encouraged to work closely with AES on an inclusive basis. To learn more information about Assembled Electronics Solutions Ltd, visit www.assembled-electronics.com.
Midven has invested £250,000 into electronic design and development provider, Assembled Electronics Solutions Limited (AES). The investment will give Warwickshire-based AES capacity to recruit additional technical and sales staff over the next twelve months, accelerate product development, strengthen sales processes and expand marketing activities.
Surjit Kooner, Director at Midven, added: “AES has fantastic potential which, with added financial support, will continue to provide and create high-quality products and expand its development services across automotive, aerospace, medical and defence industries.”
“This investment gives us a fantastic opportunity to develop and market strong internal IPR products and really progress our marketing activities. We’re looking forward to working with Midven, who will offer strategic advice, guidance and work in partnership with us as we work towards increasing our sales in the microelectronics and electro-mechanics industry.”
Midven was recently appointed to manage the £35 million equity portion of the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) and is actively investing the funds throughout the West Midlands.