ETD nominated for 2nd year running as 'Best Practice Representative' in UK Houses of Parliament

  ETD’s Managing Director Dr Ahmed Shibli with Rt Hon The Lord Pickles, Chairman of The Parliamentary Review, in the Houses of Parliament, UK.

ETD’s Managing Director Dr Ahmed Shibli with Rt Hon The Lord Pickles, Chairman of The Parliamentary Review, in the Houses of Parliament, UK.

European Technology Development Ltd. (ETD) is an SME based in Surrey, UK, and has been established now for over 20 years. It provides technical consulting services to power & process plant worldwide. ETD’s services are supported by its state-of-the-art research carried out mainly in collaboration with the UK, European and international industry and research institutes. ETD was first given the UK Parliamentary Review ‘Best Practice Representative’ Award in 2017. This year again it has received the 2018 ‘Best Practice Representative’ Award for its innovative Research & Development and support to industry worldwide. ETD’s Parliamentary Review coverage can be viewed here.

Founded with former UK minister The Rt Hon David Curry, The Parliamentary Review's primary aim is to showcase the work of a number of leading UK organisations across the public and private sector. The publication features exclusive forewords from the Prime Minister and the BBC's Andrew Neil alongside unique content from representative organisations within each policy sector. The resulting document serves as a reliable and balanced projection of how British industry has been affected and what may be expected in the future as a result.

Writing in last year's Review ETD emphasised the importance of international collaboration, with 90 per cent of their business coming from overseas (Europe, North America, Japan, South Africa and Asia). In this year's article they turn their attention to highlighting the importance of partnerships with British universities and research institutes.

With comments from the prime minister regarding a "Modern Industrial Strategy that is strengthening the foundations of our economy", the 2017/18 edition of The Parliamentary Review presents a summary of the opportunities and concerns for consultancy and engineering firms alike.

Daniel Yossman, executive director of The Parliamentary Review, has praised this year's Review as one not to be missed. "With representatives from across the country coming together to raise standards and share best practice, this year's Review provides some of the most shrewd reading for politicians, educators, and business leaders alike."

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that "British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review."