Hosiden Besson was established in 1957, trading as A P Besson and Partner Limited. The company manufactured earpieces for the National Health Service.
Sold to Crystalate Electronics in 1971 as part of a manufacturing group, Crystalate introduced injection mouldings and pcb assembly.
On 2nd March 1990 Hosiden Corporation, a major Japanese component company supplying the global communications markets, acquired the company.
Hosiden Besson has since diversified its expertise and product range to offer a complete design through manufacture service. The company is committed to continual improvement as the key to flexible and competitive success.
UK manufacturer Hosiden Besson has invested in an automated coordinate measuring machine for incredibly efficient measurements of objects.
Hosiden Besson has shown its commitment to producing high quality safety products with its recent membership of the British Industry Safety Federation (BSIF).
According to the UK Government’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE), industrial hearing loss accounts for nearly 75% of all occupational disease civil claims