Trojan Electronics

Having foreseen the impact of the 2007 WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) directive, founders Clive Murphy and Malcolm Rash set up a repair and product-refurbishment service for businesses that receive customer returns. Clients include supermarkets, retailers, manufacturers and mail-order firms. The Swansea firm also runs and manages the outlet store on eBay for Britain’s largest supermarket chain, selling its excess inventory and end-of-line products. Largely as a result of the directive’s consequences, sales have grown 47% a year, from £1.7m in 2007 to £5.4m in 2010.

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Company details
Year2010
Rank89
CompanyTrojan Electronics
ActivityElectrical manufacturer & recycler
LocationSwansea
Annual sales rise over 3 years47.12%
Latest sales £000s5,449
Staff96
Founded2002
Websitewww.trojanelectronics.co.uk

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