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The precision engineered components this company makes in Yorkshire are used by multinational oil and gas companies such as GE and FMC Technologies. Having grown through acquisitions – most recently buying Colson, a valve maker, for an undisclosed sum in 2014 – it has expanded from one site in 2012 to four factories today, helping it generate profits of £3.9m in 2014. Chairman and CEO Andrew Taylor, 59, started the company in 1984.

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Company details
Year2015
CompanyX-Cel Superturn
ActivityPrecision engineer
LocationSheffield
Profits £0003,902
Sales £00023,484
Staff138
Founded1984
Websitewww.x-cel.com