Croydon, UK -- D30, a company which makes polyurethane shock absorption materials for impact applications among others, has opened a new headquarters in Croydon.
D30 won a UK Queen's Award for Export in 2015 and has secured funding from Beringea to expand production and research in the new facility. The firm licenses its technology to a number of global brands in the footwear, motorcycle, industrial, military and also American Football.
The company had revenues of $10m ($15.5m) in 2015 up 50%. It is looking to recruit designers, engineers and chemists, said ceo Stuart Sawyer.