Paddington 2 and Star Wars: The Last Jedi are among the blockbuster movies created using this firm’s video recording equipment. As well as easy-to-use recorders, Codex makes processing equipment that transfers footage from cameras for post-production work. The London business was started by Paul Bamborough, 68, Anita Sinclair, 55, and Delwyn Holroyd, 48, in 2006. Setting up offices in Los Angeles, Paris, Beijing and Wellington helped international sales hit £2.8m in 2016.

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Company details
Year2018
Rank98
CompanyCodex
ActivityCinematography equipment developer
LocationCentral London
2 yr av intl sales growth % pa37.19%
International sales £000s2,811
Total sales £000s9,380
Staff30
Founded2006
Websitewww.codexdigital.com

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