History

The History of Encocam: when Mike Ashmead started Encocam 30 years ago, he did not anticipate how it would develop over the years. Through hard work and dedication of many people over the last 3 decades, we have grown in size and product range, and we continue to do so. Investment in equipment, buildings and personnel has supported this growth.

30 years of innovationWe celebrate our successes as a business but we will continue to listen to our customers and work with them, to develop the solutions they need.┬áThis ethos has helped steer the company in the many directions it has taken and will help us grow and develop further. In 2018 we will be celebrating 30 years of innovation and success in the engineering industry; we have been through much change over the years but have managed to adapt to our customer’s requirements and industry demands, establishing ourselves as a world leader.

1988 Present

1988

  • Encocam Ltd established in St Ives, Cambridgeshire with 3 employees.

1990

  • Exporting began

1991

  • Company move to Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, to larger premises.

1994

  • Blackstone Office opened to increase production and office capacity.

1998

  • Opening of Robotics Production Plant with John Major

    Robotics Production Plant opened by John Major, MP.

1999

  • New partnership with South Korea and USA.

  • Deloitte & Touch Fast 50 Business Award

2002

  • New partnership with China

2004

  • Honeycomb core

    Corex Honeycomb established

  • Hunts Post Manufacturer of the Year Award

2005

  • B Clear Mykon

    Mykon established

  • Encocam wins Innovation Award

  • Innovation Award 2005

    Hunts Post Innovation Award

2006

  • Hunts Post Business Person of the Year Award (Mike Ashmead)

2007

  • Sign with Biker Mate

    Euro Road Safety established

2008

  • Stonehill Office opened to increase production capacity.

  • New partnership with The Netherlands.

  • Encocam becomes a parent company with separate divisions to reflect the diverse business environments we operate in.

2009

  • Office opened in Madrid, Spain and Berlin, Germany to expand sales facilities across Europe and the rest of the world.

  • Zing Bikes established as importer of Motorbikes.

2011

  • Hunts Post Business Person Award 2011

    Hunts Post Business Person of the Year Award (Mike Ashmead)

2012

  • RaceTek parts

    RaceTek established as a manufacturer of premium motorcycle spares and accessories.

2013

  • Maverick motorcycle shoot 2017

    Herald Motor Company established as a cult motorcycle brand in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

  • New partnership with India.

2014

  • Hunts Post Bus Award 2014

    Hunts Post Business of the Year Award (Mike Ashmead)

  • Hunts Post Employer of the Year Award

2015

  • Award for British COC Export 2015

    Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce - Export Business of the Year (Regional Winner)

2016

  • Central Services Opening 2016

    Central Services office opened in Huntingdon to centralise all business support functions.

  • EEF Futures Manufacturing Awards - Environmental Achievement Award (SE Region)

  • EEF Futures Manufacturing Awards - Business Growth Award (SE Region)

  • South East EEF Award Business Growth 2016

    EEF Futures Manufacturing Awards - Export Award (SE Region)

2017

  • Central Services building 2017

    200 employees, Encocam continues to employ a skilled and diverse workforce.

  • South East EEF Awards Environmental 2017

    EEF Futures Manufacturing Awards - Environmental Achievement Award (SE Region)