In 1983, Electronic Temperature Instruments (ETI) Ltd was operating from the garden shed at the home of founders Peter and Miriam Webb in Worthing.
Almost 40 years later, the business has grown from a shed, to a small shop in the town, to a four-factory manufacturing success with a global reputation and markets to match.
The wide range of temperature monitoring solutions sold by ETI played a major role in the success of the NHS vaccine roll-out, by helping ensure vaccines were being distributed and stored safely.
The accuracy of the devices for monitoring and recording the temperature or humidity of the air or a product is crucial for many industries, including those working on the roll-out.
As well as the NHS, the award-winning firm’s customer base includes businesses involved in food production, laboratories, processing, retail, transport and logistics and facilities management.
Its 210 staff help the family-run business export its products to the likes of USA, Australia and South Africa as well as the domestic market and Europe.
See: ETI Ltd website
Photos: ETI – Office and factory sites – ThermaData Loggers – Covid compliant factory