Britest is a leading exponent of whole process design for the chemical, pharma and other process manufacturing industries.
Our expert consultant technical facilitators use a suite of proprietary tools to help our clients define, structure, and translate working knowledge into process understanding. Effective mentoring and training allow organisations to embed this approach to derive sustained business value. Britest members share knowledge and dilute research risk through a unique collaborative ethos,defining and delivering innovative solutions to key process and manufacturing challenges.
An essential three-day training course for R&D Scientists and Engineers from other disciplines, who want to better understand the basic principles of chemical engineering, or make more effective considerations of whole process issuesREAD MORE
Britest's highly practical best practice guide to multi-site facilitation has just been updated and is available now as a free download for registered Britest users.READ MORE
Britest is to facilitate enhanced impact of the new MultiCycle project, a three-year EC Horizon 2020 Innovation Action which will deliver an industrial recycling pilot plant for thermoplastic-based multi-materials allowing selective recovery of pure plastics and fibres from mixed wastes without downgrading. Britest will be applying insight into building effective, flexible training resources from previous projects, and piloting the SPRING framework for enhanced project impact in the EC SPIRE process industries..READ MORE
At the core of Britest is a dedicated team of Britest support specialists. Experts in Britest tools and study methods, they are also skilled facilitators, communicators, and mentors - in short all the back up your product and process development teams need to maximise the benefits.
A perceptive and skilled project coordinator, Amy excels at bridging the gap between technical detail and the wider world. Combining robust chemical engineering with skilled advocacy on behalf of projects and funding proposals, Amy works with industrial and public sector partners in pursuit of her passion for increasing business sustainability.
An organic chemist by trade, Martin has worked across a number of Britest's innovation projects, and is especially skilled at turning ideas into practical qualitative tools and methodologies, especially in the areas of formulation and physical processing.
A strategic thinker, Mark retains a chemical engineer's enthusiasm for innovative design and practical solutions. He is responsible for developing and delivering Britest’s innovation strategy, addressing challenges in sustainable whole process design.