Sandon Global, international anilox supplier, have recruited a new intake of apprentices to add to their growing team as part of their ongoing commitment to investing in and developing young talent. Furthermore, the last intake of 9 apprentices are currently studying for their HNC in the final year of their course.
The new apprentice intake will begin a comprehensive 4 year programme where they learn the precision of the process from start to finish. Each of the apprentices will adopt best practice engineering techniques and skills used in each of the departments throughout the factory, whilst studying for the Engineering Technician Level 3 course with Riverside College. Jayne Smith, Head of Skills and Enterprise at the college says “Sandon Global place immense value in investing in people and supporting new talent. We are proud to be working with them to deliver world class technical training for their new apprentices.”
Dylan Angus, new apprentices, commented “I am very excited to start my journey with Sandon Global, I believe I will learn a great deal from the expert staff and hope to finish my Apprenticeship with a career here.”
Gary Carmichael, Operations Manager, also commented “We pride ourselves in continuous improvement throughout the business. By bringing in fresh faces and training them to the best of their ability we ensure our core values and standards are carried through year in year out. I look forward to watching the apprentices grow into valued members of our team”
Sandon Global are manufacturers of new and refurbished anilox rolls, anilox sleeves and gravure cylinders. They were founded in 2004 after noticing a gap in the market for high quality anilox supplies, combined with the latest market innovations and an unrivalled understanding of print.
A new purpose built HQ is to be opened in the spring of next year supported by the Liverpool City Region Strategic Investment fund, championed by Metro City Mayor Steve Rotherham. The site will provide extra capacity and contain a state-of-the art research and development centre. Sandon Global currently employs 70 full time staff with representatives across the world.< Return to News
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