e2v, a leading global provider of innovative technology for high performance systems and equipment, is expanding its Microwave business unit to a new, larger site in Lincoln.
As part of the organisation’s growth strategy, new jobs will be created in the region, with the move for the Microwave business unit due to complete by 18 December 2015.
The new 1,400 sqm development and manufacturing space at Firth Road will assist e2v in delivering its growth plans, supporting market demand for new products and more efficient delivery for customers. The same can be said for the Electronic Safety & Initiation business, which will remain at Sadler Road, and will utilise the new-found space for its own business development.
Stuart Smith, Vice President of the Microwave business unit at e2v, commented, “This expansion enables us to bring design and manufacturing into one location, resulting in more efficient delivery of e2v Microwave products to meet the needs of our customers.”
The move will assist in strengthening e2v’s long-standing links with the University of Lincoln’s School of Engineering and School of Mathematics and Physics, with course specific scholarships now available in each, sponsored by e2v, for the next three years. This underpins e2v’s support for the University of Lincoln and is in addition to the existing funding provided for an e2v Technology Research Associate within the School of Engineering.
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Notes to Editor: About e2v: Bringing life to technology, e2v partners with its customers to improve, save and protect people’s lives. Delivering innovative technology for high performance systems and equipment, e2v leads developments in communications, automation, discovery, healthcare and the environment.
Around the globe, over 90% of all radiotherapy machines contain e2v’s technology, and every two minutes someone receives cancer treatment using this technology. e2v’s imaging devices are at the heart of more than 150 space-based instruments, including major science observations, planetary exploration missions and Earth observation systems. e2v’s data converters operate in the harshest of space environments, powering satellite communication systems handling 10,000 fully encrypted broadband lines a second. e2v employs approximately 1700 people worldwide, has design and operational facilities across Europe, North America and Asia, and has a global network of sales and technical support offices. e2v has annual sales of GB225M and is listed on the London Stock Exchange. For more information www.e2v.com
About the University of Lincoln, UK: The University of Lincoln was named among the UK’s top 10 modern universities in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015. We have some of the most satisfied students in the UK, rating in the top 20% nationally in a number of subject areas of the National Student Survey 2014. We are recognised for our pioneering approach to working with employers, winning a Lord Stafford Award and a Times Higher Education Award. Graduate prospects are strong with nine out of ten of Lincoln’s most recent graduates in work or further study six months after finishing their course. In the Research Excellence Framework 2014, more than half of our submitted research was judged to be internationally excellent or world leading, with Lincoln ranked in the UK’s top 10 for quality of research outputs in two major subject areas. For more information on the scholarships please go to https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/studyatlincoln/undergraduatecourses/scholarships/uk-eu/