Marshall-Tufflex renews commitment to inspiring engineering talent

electrical services, Marshall-Tufflex

Marshall-Tufflex, which manufactures cable-management systems, has renewed its drive to raise awareness of career opportunities in its manufacturing business by inviting Hastings school children to its factory and participating in a range of careers events. The company has already supported five apprentices through relevant NVQ Level 3 Advanced Modern Apprenticeships.

Chief executive Paul Hetherington says, ‘Marshall-Tufflex is committed to Hastings, and we really want to nurture and grow our own talent to the benefit of both our business and the town. Over the last two years, we have been actively promoting engineering and other career opportunities in the company to primary- and secondary-school students.

‘We want to continue to develop local talent, keeping skilled workers in the town and inspiring young people to consider engineering.’

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