A successful Hertfordshire manufacturing company which specialising in tech and machinery to coat lenses has opened its brand new Letchworth HQ. Euro MP Alex Mayer cut the ribbon as Optimal Technologies plans a new era of expansion.
The twenty-one-year-old company makes precision machines to coat and clean the lenses used in everyday items such as sunglasses and safety goggles to make them less likely to scratch.
The firm has recently benefited from a European grant to part-fund the design a new logo to help it stand out in a global market. Managing Director of Optimal Technologies Dean Thompson will show Ms Mayer around the new premises and explain to the Euro MP how the company, which employs 30 skilled engineers, is now able to build more and larger machines and plans to take on additional staff.
Dean Thompson, Managing Director said: “We supply some of the largest global companies in the fields of precision optics, ophthalmic lens and medical devices. Our new site means we can provide more and larger machines into these industries.
“The site also allows continued growth in the recruitment of skilled people in the engineering design and technical assembly areas, and our recent move to both sponsor from abroad and train local talent in apprenticeship courses.”
Alex Mayer MEP said: “I am delighted to open Optimal Technologies’ new site, and see their new logo. This is a good local success story. The company have a clear vision and is continuing to go from strength to strength.”
For further information please contact Alex Mayer MEP on 07834 456743 or Noah Froud in her office on 07871 242564