Following a successful presentation on the BBC's Dragons' Den programme, the inventor of a device to prevent baths from overflowing approached Sovrin to assist in the development and industrialisation required to bring the product to market.
The winning entry was Syclix surgical instrument entered
by injection moulders, Sovrin Plastics of Slough which was set to
revolutionise minimally invasive surgical procedures.
The eminent surgeon John Wickham inspired the concept and Random Design Ltd. took care of the design detail.
Sovrin Plastics masterminded the project,
being responsible for the toolmaking, moulding and final assembly of
the product. For the first time, the Livery had the help of media
partner 'Mould Technology', a quality journal from the plastics
The award was presented to Peter Wigmore -
Business Development manager of precision injection moulders, Sovrin Plastics at the annual Horners
Award dinner by the Lord Mayor of the City of London at the Mansion