For the third successive year, CarnaudMetalbox Engineering apprentices have won gold at this year’s Skills Show organised by WorldSkills UK
Our November issue shortly goes to press where we make use of some new contributors. Editorial board member Andrew Truelove outlines how his company, CarnaudMetalbox, has used the global WorldSkills competition to help develop the next generation of can making engineers and professionals.
Abu Dhabi 2017 marks the next stage of competition for CMB apprentices Jake Green, Alexander McClusky and Jacob Parker. They are currently preparing to take on the world in the Manufacturing Team Challenge.
CarnaudMetalbox Engineering, the UK manufacturer specialising in high speed, precision metal forming, finishing machines and tooling, used to produce cans for the global beverage and food markets, has a number of vacancies available to join its team based in Shipley, West Yorkshire, UK.
CarnaudMetalBox Engineering apprentices Mark Smith, James Thomason and Andy Joyce have won gold at this year’s UK skills competition in the Manufacturing Team Challenge at Birmingham NEC Arena.
A team of young engineers from canmaking equipment manufacturer CarnaudMetalbox Engineering (CMB Engineering) have won first prize in the Manufacturing Team Challenge category at the national WorldSkills UK competition. The team were recognised for the design and production of a solar powered rubbish bin, capable of crushing cans and bottles. The winning engineers (pictured left […]