Zettlex has been granted planning permission to construct a 21,000 sq.ft. Technology Centre at its site in Foxton, Cambridge, UK.
The purpose built, state-of-the-art facility will house the company’s design studios, R&D labs and operations centre.
Mark Howard, Zettlex Managing Director says “The UK – and Cambridge in particular – is a great place to recruit bright, talented people and so it’s no surprise that we’re expanding our engineering and operations here. A lot of work has gone in to the design of our Faraday Technology Centre and we were delighted to receive the news that planning permission has been granted.”
Zettlex continues its rapid expansion and now produces tens of thousands of sensors each year. Around 90% of the company’s products are exported to 50 countries around the world for a wide range of uses including medical equipment, robotics, aircraft and space rockets.