Manufacturing

We provide advice and support to manufacturing and engineering businesses.

Advisory services

Maximising potential

  • Profitability strategies
  • Cost minimising
  • Succession
  • Recovery mapping

Overseas growth

  • International branched
  • Trading partnerships
  • Exports to high growth emerging markets

Growth strategies

  • Growth strategy planning
  • Customer and sector diversification
  • Raising finance
  • Instiutional investment

Transactions

  • Business sales
  • Business acquisitions

Tax services

  • Maximising capital allowances on
    • machinery
    • plant
    • fixtures
  • Research and development (R&D) claims
  • Patent Box claims

Audit services

  • Registered auditors
  • Computerised, paperless process
  • Highly reputable audit team

About us

We are about lobbyists on the sector’s behalf with Local Economic Partnerships (LEPs), Regional Development Authorities (RDAs), Chambers of Commerce, and local and central government.

We foster links with UKTI via Chambers of Commerce to leverage government incentives for our clients.

Through our extensive Crowe Horwath International network, we offer a global team of experts to advise you on local opportunites.

Many of our partners and staff have manufacturing and engineering backgrounds, giving us an understanding of and empathy with the challenges that the sector faces.

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Reporting on payment practices and performance

Advisory | Professional firms
We explain what is involved for large companies and LLPs.
26 May, 2017

Is increased public disclosure the answer to tax fairness?

Tax
Laurence Field discusses the suggestion that companies with more than 250 employees should publish their tax returns.
9 May, 2017
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