A business which turns surfaces into speakers is bringing manufacturing back to the UK.
Feonic was formed at the University of Hull and its products to make windows produce sound are sold by retailers worldwide.
It has just secured its first export order to Japan.
The company has also been working on a green energy device that can turn vibration into electrical power.
It is hoped the equipment could run monitoring devices on trains or wind turbines.
Hull North MP Diana Johnson is set to visit the firm’s site in Inglemire Lane.
She said: “This innovative company is yet another sign of Hull’s growing role as a centre for green technology and I will enjoy seeing the cutting edge work that they do and hearing about their plans for manufacturing in Hull.”