This Wakefield-based PC builder enjoyed another year of solid growth as rising demand for its custom devices fuelled an eight per cent sales rise in the 12 months ending 31 August 2017. The average number of production and warehouse staff it employed also rose from 59 to 66. Net profits fell from £361,000 to £315,000. It sells to businesses, the public sector and education, as well as consumers.
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