Published on December 12th, 2017 | by The GC Team0
£1.1m factory investment for audio business Linn
Music system manufacturer Linn has invested £1.1m in its factory located near Glasgow.
The company said the move will ensure that it “remains at the forefront of audio innovation for years to come.”
The investment involves the upgrade of machinery across the entire production process, including new surface mount technology which allows greater accuracy and flexibility when populating circuit boards.
Managing Director Gilad Tiefenbrun said: “We are passionate about precision engineering and this recent investment in renewing our production capabilities allows us to continue to innovate and create products with unbeatable performance. Linn makes the best audio systems in the world due to our meticulous research, development and production standards, allowing us to enrich people’s lives through music.”
Linn was founded by Ivor Tiefenbrun in 1973 and remains an independent business with growth both in the UK and export markets. It has a turnover of £16.4m.
The factory investment includes new metalwork machining capability, new surface mount technology and vapour phase soldering.