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MSP (Metrology Software Products Ltd)

MSP (Metrology Software Products Ltd)


NE662DE Northumberland
United Kingdom

MSP specialise in world class precision software and part manufacturing solutions, revolutionising the way the advanced manufacturing industry make and measure parts around the world. Our expertise is recognised by industry leaders worldwide - with customers benefiting from increased productivity, huge reductions in costs and significant time savings. MSP is based in Alnwick, Northumberland and is an associate company of world leading engineering and scientific technology company, Renishaw PLC.


Product news

  • MSP: Game Changers

    From its base in Alnwick, MSP is changing the face of global manufacturing with its innovative software, products that are being embraced by many of the world’s biggest and best-known names.

    North East Times meets its founders Tony Brown and Peter Hammond.

    From a belief that traditional part manufacturing processes needed to evolve, came a concept that has truly changed the world.


  • Event attracts major manufacturers to showcase the future of the industry

    Engineers and designers from some of the biggest names in global manufacturing attended an event held by leading metrology software specialists, MSP to learn how to increase the efficiency of their manufacturing processes and maximise their returns from MSP’s products.



    A business whose software is changing the way the manufacturing industry operates around the world has joined a pioneering new project to encourage women to re-train in the digital sector.

    MSP has become a partner of the newly-launched Tech Up project, which will give 100 women across the North and Midlands the chance to pursue opportunities in the digital and tech sector by learning new skills.

    MSP - which works with global businesses including BAE Systems and three leading Formula 1 racing teams - is one of 16 industry partners involved in Tech Up, which is led by Durham University. Durham’s Professor Sue Black, a pioneer of women in technology and founder of #techmums and BCSWomen - the UK’s first online network for women in tech - is running the programme on the university’s behalf.