NMITE will play a significant role
“We are delighted to see the increasing focus on technical and engineering skills in our region. Herefordshire is one of only a handful of counties without a university, so to have an engineering facility established in the region will provide further resources for local businesses. We hope as NMITE becomes established, it will work closely with the Marches Centre of Manufacturing and Technology, of which Grainger and Worrall is a founding shareholder.
“In addition, we have a long-standing commitment to develop the skills of our people and invest in new technology and processes. This helps drive the company forward in the highly demanding and global market place in which we operate, and any further commitment to increasing the calibre of the UK’s engineers is very welcome.
“People are the biggest asset to any company. That is why it is vital that businesses come together and work in partnership to maintain a strong pipeline of talent entering the engineering sector. We’re passionate about developing the next generation of world leading engineers in the UK and the NMITE will play a significant role.”