Wireless technology developed by Box Telematics allows users to send and receive data from equipment in remote locations. The West Midlands company’s products are used by pub chains to monitor drinks consumption and check the temperature of beer in kegs, and are also employed in vehicle tracking. New products include Sigmabox, a subsidence and cracking sensor. The hardware is made by sister company NSH Techlogistics, which is also owned by founder and executive chairman June Reynolds-Lacey. New customers such as JCB have helped drive up sales 58% a year from £2.6m in 2004 to £6.4m in 2006.

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Company details
Year2007
Rank86
CompanyBox Telematics
ActivityWireless technology developer
LocationWest Midlands
Average 3 year sales growth58.13%
Latest sales £000s6,399
Staff49
Founded2000
Websitewww.boxtelematics.com

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