High-tech manufacturing in the Isle of Man has been able to thrive for over 70 years as businesses are able to make the most of our global links to reach customers and suppliers in key markets in the UK, Europe, Asia and USA.
The Isle of Man's Chief Constable's Annual Report revealed that, even when judged against the safest counties in England and Wales, the Isle of Man had the lowest number of recorded crimes, overall one-third the number of UK levels- highlighting physical business security offered by an Island location. The Island also benefits from duty free storage for goods whilst awaiting right market conditions in Europe.
Centrally located in the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man benefits from more than 200 flights to and from the Island per week. Ronaldsway airport is located in the south of the Island and facilitates flights from major airlines including British Airways, Easyjet and Aer Lingus. Regular short flights to London Gatwick, London City, Manchester and Liverpool ensure that the UK’s major cities are all within easy reach for business or pleasure. There are also a number of daily ferry crossings to the North West of England and Ireland.