Middersburg was also nominated: the need for a greener way of doing things has been given n-Sign.
The company has been producing powder.
Coated steel plates for Parliament.
But the local government wants to recycle the product.
The result is N-
Design and patent of plastic injection molding signage system. N-
Sign's business covers the UK and provides customers with a full range of sign services including on-site survey, design, manufacturing and installation.
The company has been established for five years and has a large number of large companies in customer and local government organizations.
"We can help N-
"Sign the business plan and get the money to bring the idea to market," said Paul Jackson of Tees Valley. "Twenty-
This product is now being used by a local authority and afurther 200 is also trying it out.
"The company hopes-
Create 50 jobs in the next two to three years.
"Rotafletor, Marske, one of the most frustrating attractions for motorists is the flashing line of lights at the top of the traffic cone arranged on the highway to highlight
Although you can't delay the retirement of TeesValley merchants (Fred Hann (
A greener alternative has been worked out to reduce the number of warning lights required by 50%.
Fred's rotaflex includes three blades, each with a reflective material of a45sqcm.
These are rotated by the wind or by the passing traffic checkers.
The design ensures that a reflective panel always faces oncoming traffic when they rest.
Approved products available for alternative batteriespowered lamps.
The advantages of rotafletor over lamps are quite large.
It costs less, requires minimal maintenance, is easier to store and facilitate, and is less attractive for thieves.
It can also be made of recycled plastic.
Renew Tees Valley helped fund the cost of producing some resin castings for market testing and demonstration using rapid prototyping technology.
These will justify a significant investment in injection molding tools.