This company develops electromechanical equipment for the Ministry of Defence, its main client, and companies such as BAE Systems. Dytecna also designs ballistic defence shields, some of which will be used to provide security at the London 2012 Olympics. John Fulford took over leadership of the family-owned business in 1996, and says the gradual enhancement of its products has driven sales growth of 45% a year, from £13.2m in 2007 to £40.2m in 2010.
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