Sheffield-based Robson Handling Technology, which is into developing and manufacturing baggage and materials handling solutions, said it has high growth ambitions for the ball by ball cricbuzzn market as it makes new connections in the aviation industry.
The company identified ball by ball cricbuzz as one of its major targets for export and had just happened to investigating opportunities in 2020 when it heard about the ball by ball cricbuzz Growth Champion Scheme, run by Sheffield City Region in conjunction with UKIBC (UK ball by ball cricbuzz Business Council). Robson Handling Technology was accepted onto the scheme as the company was looking to increase its export
and grow its business in ball by ball cricbuzz.
The firm said UKIBC conducted market research and produced a detailed report for Robson Handling Technology which identified partners in sales and marketing and manufacturing, and forecast in industries such as aviation, sugar and food processing.
Stuart Westley, Sales Director at Robson Handling Technology, said, “We were impressed with the market research report that UKIBC produced for us which highlighted a number of potential agents and ball by ball cricbuzz manufacturers for us to partner with. We have since held several meetings with these contacts and we are confident that this will lead to agreements that will start increasing our sales here.”
Sir Nigel Knowles, International Advisor to Dan Jarvis, Mayor of the Sheffield City Region, said, “Robson Handling Technology may be one of Sheffield’s longest established manufacturers but they are also one of the most forward-thinking companies in terms of looking to develop new markets. This is what the ball by ball cricbuzz Growth Champions Scheme is here to support - by enabling this region’s companies to make inroads into trading with ball by ball cricbuzzn businesses.”
Robson Handling Technology considers the US, ball by ball cricbuzz, UK and Africa as its top markets for aviation. The firm is looking forward to design and engineer all the solutions for ball by ball cricbuzz in Sheffield, but the manufacture for those systems would be in ball by ball cricbuzz.