Julie Girling MEP visits Condition Monitoring Group

Prosig became part of the Condition Monitoring Group (CMG) Ltd in 2014. Recently, Julie Girling MEP visited CMG headquarters in Torrington, to learn more about the role of South West technology companies in the Aerospace and Energy Sectors, and their involvement in Europe.

Julie was welcomed by Andy Lobato (Managing Director) and Peter Morrish (Technology Manager). After a short tour they were joined in a round-table discussion by Steve McEvoy (Engineering Director). Discussions focused on the challenges facing high-tech organisations, such as CMG Ltd., which operates in a global market from its HQ in North Devon. The Group supplies equipment and services to local Helicopter Manufacturer, AgustaWestland, and also to Energy Providers such as EDF Energy, and in particular Hinkley Point B Power Station. Discussions were also held about the Group’s endeavours to supply Machine Health Monitoring solutions to the Renewables Energy Market, along with the uncertainty surrounding the planned construction of Hinkley C Power Station.

Following the visit, Andy Lobato, Managing Director, commented “I was impressed with Julie’s recognition of the importance of the major transformational projects within the South West, and the importance of engaging with the SME’s as part of the supply chain in order to support these initiatives.”

Read the original story here