Intelek Group getting Royal approval.
The hi-tech company, part of the Intelek Group, is getting the award for its international trade which has seen substantial growth in overseas earnings.
Based at Presteigne, the business makes circuits for uses in telecommunication networks, broadband internet systems, radar and satellite applications and other purposes.
The Princess will also visit the Shared Apprenticeship Scheme, based on the St Giles Technology Park, Newtown, which provides modern apprentice training to meet the needs of engineering and manufacturing companies in the Mid Wales Manufacturing Group.
She will meet apprentices, representatives of participating companies, their mentors and sponsors.
The third port of call for the Royal visitor will be Control Techniques, Newtown, a world leader in the manufacture of variable speed drives for the accurate control of electric motors.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 10, 2001|
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