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Doing a good job is still of ‘paramount’ importance to electronics firm

Staff at Paramount Electronics mark the company's 25th anniversary

Staff at Paramount Electronics mark the company's 25th anniversary

 

An electronic repairs company celebrated its 25th year by having a do for its staff.

Paramount Electronics, who were established in Griffin Lane in 1989 marked a quarter of a century of business in the town with a get-together at the Broad Leys pub.

The company specialises in repairing industrial electronics using ‘component level repair.’

Managing director Angus Cameron said: “Many of the industries we supported then no longer exist in this country, for example automobiles and plastics.

“However, we have evolved our services to serve the North Sea oil rigs, shipping services from all over the world, the print industries and even lifts and escalators.”

Twelve people work at the Aylesbury site, which is now based on the Bridgegate Business Park, Gatehouse Way.

The current staff have a combined total of 180 years of service between them.

Workshop manager Phil Baronius said: “We have very hard-working and loyal staff and I think that is one of the reasons why we are trusted.

“We now repair items in our Aylesbury workshop that have come from all over the world, including as far afield as America and Australia.

“We have even worked on parts of the Queen Mary II ship!”

Mr Baronius added the get-together at the Broad Leys pub earlier in the month was a chance for staff to look back on the company’s 25 years so far.

He said: “Everyone enjoyed spending the afternoon eating cake and having a drink and a chat.”

 

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