Thomas Brown Engineering named Business of the Month for November

Nov 30, 2022

Eaton Smith Solicitors is delighted to announce that Thomas Brown Engineering has been chosen by the judging panel as the latest winner of its Business of the Month Award.

Thomas Brown Engineering was established in 1982 by MD, Tom Brown. The engineering company, based in Huddersfield, mainly supply precision made components to equipment manufacturers who operate in the food & drink, medical, automotive, leisure and aerospace sectors.

Tom had a vision to offer a better, more reliable sub-contract machining solution to UK industry. Tom is a natural born problem solver and by 1982 the time was right, and Tom began supplying to his very first customers using his garage as his workshop. His workshop may have been small then, but his ambitions were big, and this was the start of the 40-year journey of Thomas Brown Engineering.

Thomas Brown Engineering is proud to be based in Huddersfield, providing highly skilled jobs in the region, and contributing to the local economy. Innovation is one of their company values and they demonstrate this within the business by their ethos of encouraging ideas from all and embracing those which add value.

Ben Jackson, Partner at Eaton Smith Solicitors, and member of the judging panel commented; Thomas Brown Engineering were worth winners against some high-class entries.  The judges were particularly impressed by their investment not only in cutting-edge equipment, which makes them stand out, but also to their staff and the local community”.

Ben Jackson was joined on the judging panel by Martin Hathaway (MYCCI), Annie Bradley (Department of International Trade), Jenny Aston (Sheards Accountants) and Jenny Hill (Kirklees Council). Thomas Brown Engineering now goes through to the Business of the Year Award which will be held in July 2023.

Website: thomas-brown-engineering.co.uk/

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