September 9, 2013
- World-leading sliding head lathe manufacturers Star GB, who have long been renowned for their innovation and forward-thinking culture, are forging ahead in their mission to encourage a new generation of British engineers.
To further strengthen Star’s crop of young blood, 22-year-old Chris Anson has been promoted to the position of Service Support Engineer. Chris has already been with Star for more than two years, during which time he has developing his technical skills to become a very strong young engineer.
The company has also recently employed 20-year-old Tom Loasby, who joins the company as a Service Support Engineer. Tom becomes the newest member of Star’s increasingly youthful workforce, whose average age is coming down all the time!
Both Chris and Tom will report to Adam Thomas who, having served the company for over ten years, has now taken over responsibility as the Service Manager for the company.
Star GB are fully committed to aiding the growth of British engineering and recognises the importance of filling the knowledge gulf that has opened up between generations of engineers. The company, whose relentless innovation constantly pushes the boundaries of sliding head machining capabilities, now have a long list of employees under the age of 25. This injection of eager and youthful talent has brought an insurgence of enthusiasm to Star GB and given the team an even brighter outlook for the future. The company are confident in the team’s ability to develop further engineering knowledge for years to come.
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