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Sherborne Sensors announces record increases during 2011

Sherborne Sensors — which designs, develops and manufactures sensors for military, aerospace and industrial applications — today announced that 2011 marked a record year for the company, with a 15 per cent increase in turnover and 11 per cent more customers secured compared with the previous year.

Much of this success can be attributed to the launch of several products over the past 12 months, including the T835 high-precision, gravity-referenced triaxial inclinometer and the WTS wireless tilt system.

Sherborne Sensors was also awarded the acclaimed AS9100B quality management standard.

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