A Scottish Borders engineering company, known as one of Scotland's leading engineering firms, has entered administration.
25 people are being made redundant at Border Precision Ltd, based in Kelso.
The company is now being managed by Rob Caven and Stuart Preston, of Grant Thornton UK.
The 37-year-old firm employs 180 people at the 80,000 square foot factory in Pinnacle Hill Industrial Estate.
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