A Penryn-based engineering company has recently expanded its operation with an investment in new technology.

Carrick Engineering, based in Leo Cub Industrial Estate, has invested in new cutting edge tools and is seeing orders being received from around the world.

Some of their technology includes 3D printers that allow them to carry out cost-effective assessments without committing to a full build.

Production manager Marc Goodchild said: “With our state-of-the-art machinery, experience and passion we’re able to undertake small precision batch work, through to full batch production runs. We’ve got decades of experience in our team, across varying sectors of the industry.

"Our machinists are accustomed to working with all manner of materials, including specialist plastics and metals, and we’ve got the latest commercial-grade MIG and TIG welders, so we can complete most manufacturing projects.”

The recent expansion also included a rebrand and new website launch.

For more information, visit carrickengineering.com.