PES gets off to flying start.

Dan Fleetcroft Engineering Design Director - Mike Maddock Managing Director - PES Performance

Performance Engineered Solutions (PES) Ltd has got off to a flying start with the sponsorship of British racing driver Paul Rees, who is driving the MTech Ferrari 458 Italia in the international FIA GT3 sports car championship.

PES specialise in enhancing the performance of their client’s components, products and systems by delivering innovative engineering thinking and the latest design, materials, manufacturing and testing technologies – all key factors for success in the ultra competitive world of motorsport.

As design director Dan Fleetcroft explains; “Motorsport is one of the most technically advanced industry sectors in the world, where the goal is to provide high performance solutions to challenging technical issues, often in very tight timescales. It is therefore the ideal environment to promote PES as we use the same technologies and principles as motorsport to deliver performance focused engineering solutions for our clients.”

PES is currently working on a number of projects including; aerospace components, the aerodynamic and composite design for a new Moto2 racing bike, composite parts for a super lightweight, high performance road car, R&D projects in the automotive tyre sector, and the management of a major international engineering project.

PES managing director Mike Maddock says; “The last 12 months have seen significant developments within all aspects of the business, and in order to take full advantage of the opportunities that are arising we have decided to separate the key business areas.

“We believe that there is significant potential within industry for the kind of integrated engineering design services that PES provides. The interest is such that we are already looking to expand the team and recruit additional high calibre design engineers.”

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