RPL has worked on over 30 Industrial related projects. Sub-sectors include aerospace and defence, chemical and metal, automotive, energy, oil and gas, food and drink manufacture, paper and packaging, and specialist manufacturing. These are some of our most recent projects. Download a full list of our Industrial credentials below and please get in touch with one of our team to discuss in more detail.
In early 2022 RPL was asked by Nafici Environmental Research (where Geoff Rampton is a non exec director) to carry out a market entry study to identify the most promising territories for NER’s EcoPulping technology. Territories covered included Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East/North Africa. EcoPulping is a patented process which converts a wide range of agricultural waste into paper pulp as an alternative packaging raw material to both wood pulp and plastic. Commercial scale EcoPulping plants are already planned or under construction in the UK and China.
RPL sourced a large amount of historical data, for each of the countries in NER’s target regions, on cereal and other suitable crop production, the import/export balance of wood pulp, and the scale of domestic packaging production. In this way we were able to identify the highest priority regions – those in which there is a combination of plentiful agricultural waste, a high level of wood pulp imports and a large domestic packaging manufacturing sector. NER will use this information to target sales and marketing efforts.
CDD on a glass processing manufacturer serving the domestic and commercial refurbishment sectors
Gails & The Bread Factory
CDD on a craft bakery supplying retailers and restaurants, as well as their own outlets
spares and consumables
CDD on a UK distributor of spares and consumables for chromatography equipment
CDD on a precision metal processor supplying solder mask blanks to PCB manufacturers worldwide
Tees Alliance Group Ltd
Offshore wind energy
Competitive cost analysis for a start up manufacturer of wind turbine towers and supports