Luxinar, the Hessle-based laser technology company, has welcomed the Aura Innovation Centre (AIC) to its Bridgehead site. Innovation manager Anthony Harford of AIC visited Luxinar to find out first-hand about the company, its products and how the two neighbouring organisations can work together on energy saving projects in the future.
Russell Jeynes, Operations Director of Luxinar, led the visit which included a company presentation and an in-depth tour of the purpose-built factory where Luxinar manufactures its CO2 lasers and femtosecond lasers which are sold throughout the world for a range of industrial applications.
The University of Hull’s new £12 million Aura Innovation Centre (AIC) at Bridgehead, Hessle is a collaborative environment that supports businesses of all sizes to accelerate low-carbon projects, drive green innovation and deliver clean business growth.
Anthony Harford said of his visit, “I was impressed to see how a local company with a global reach is also embracing sustainability. I look forward to establishing a long-lasting partnership between Luxinar and the Aura Innovation Centre.”