Precision Devices Features in The Parliamentary Review 2018

by | Oct 5, 2018 | News

parlimentaryreview2018 Precision Devices Features in The Parliamentary Review 2018
Organisations from a great many sectors in the UK have contributed to this year’s Parliamentary Review. Each sector and sub-sector is represented by a different publication, each of which contains up to fifteen case studies from leaders in the relevant field. There are also reviews of the year from expert journalists and an exclusive foreword from the prime minister.

Precision Devices is globally regarded as a leading manufacturer of high-end component loudspeaker transducers. In their Review article, Mark Barnes, who has been the managing director since 2012, explains the journey that has allowed the company to remain competitive for over 30 years.

Manufacturing excellence has always been a jewel in the crown of British industry, and progress over recent years has proven that this sentiment is still accurate. The 2017/18 edition of The Parliamentary Review covers a variety of sub-sectors and includes submissions from companies across the country.

“Given the range of articles we have from organisations of all shapes and sizes, from up and down our country, this year’s Review will undoubtedly be the most comprehensive and informative yet.”

The Parliamentary Review’s long-time chief editor, former member of parliament David Curry, has expressed his excitement before the launch of the latest Review.

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”

Click here to view Precision Devices’s article

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