Evolution Tech Services Ltd is a small, ambitious family business that prides itself on the excellent service provided at competitive rates.
Evolution Tech Services Ltd are backed by 20 years knowledge in Computer Aided Engineering, firstly in the Mechanical Handling industry (for Airports, Glass, Cement, Sugar amongst others) and secondly in the Water industry (providing Screening and Process equipment).
Since being set up in 2013, Evolution Tech Services Ltd has worked with a wide range of companies as well as individuals in a wide range of industries/areas, from the water treatment industry to working with individuals on projects.
Evolution Tech Services Ltd has a large amount of knowledge in a large amount of computer packages/applications, not only individually but the linking of, and is continually looking to move forward. As such we are now utilising some of the latest technologies to make working with us even easier.
We now fully use Skype for web meetings and screen sharing which cuts travel costs and reduces time travelling to and from meetings. As well as utilising Skype, we are also now utilising cloud technology to securely transfer files to and from clients meaning that transferring large files/quantities of files is no longer an issue.
When we started out in 2013 we just offered 2D & 3D design services along with some basic Admin services. We continued like this, building up a client base until July 2016 when we expanded and added our 3D printing service. We felt that this fit nicely alongside the services already offered and enhanced the product design work we had been doing.
In January 2018 it was decided that we needed to move to a new location to allow us to provide the service level we wanted to and to allow us to expand in the future as we wanted to. We moved to our new location within Old Billingham Business Centre with the intension of expanding the business to further compliment the services already offered, however an opportunity arose in February 2018 which has seen the business expand in a slightly different direction with the introduction of our Laser Cutting/Engraving service. The introduction of this service has meant that we have had to move premises again into our new 300 Sq foot Workshop/Office facility.
In June 2018 we launched our 'Little Shed Creations' brand to sell our custom laser cut/engraved items through.
Solidworks Premium 2019.
AutoCAD LT 2019
Microsoft Office 365
CoralDraw Graphics Suite 12
Sugarsync - Cloud based file sharing.
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