Faltec Europe: Building for the future - sponsored feature

    • 13:30, 10 Dec 2014
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Automotive supplier Faltec Europe has unveiled ambitious plans for growth after 3 years of investment at their factory in Boldon - sponsored feature

Faltec
Faltec

Automotive supplier Faltec Europe has unveiled ambitious plans for growth after 3 years of investment at their factory in Boldon.

The Japanese manufacturing company, which employs over 3000 staff worldwide, has forecasted year on year double-digit growth and the future continues to look bright for their North East facility.

The company prides itself on a highly skilled workforce with a world-class service in innovation, development, quality, cost and delivery.

Their customer base includes Japanese automotive OEMS’ as well as entering a partnership with a number of European OEM’s to complement their existing portfolio.

Chris Pennison, Managing Director at Faltec Europe, said “We continue to challenge the norm in an effort to be the best at everything we do, 2015 is looking at being another successful year for the company, as we look to grow the business and expand our workforce.”

Faltec Europe is looking to keep building for the future and has formed a long-term partnership with North East based manufacturing specialist MTrec Recruitment.

MTrec Recruitment, like Faltec Europe, has seen unparalleled growth in the North East by delivering high quality recruitment solutions to regional companies in the engineering and manufacturing sectors.

James Doyle, Recruitment Manager at MTrec, said “We have a great working relationship with Faltec Europe. The company vision for the future is ambitious and MTrec recruitment is in a key position to help them achieve their future goals.”

MTrec Recruitment is looking to appoint a number of critical engineering, commercial and operational positions for Faltec Europe. To find out more visit http://www.mtrec.co.uk/Jobs or call James Doyle on 0191 242 5606. Email james.doyle@mtrec.co.uk

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