- Trust each other
- Maintain confidences
- It is okay to make honest mistakes once, learn from them
- Be frank with feedback
- Respect others
Born in Chatteris, Martin joined the company as a Technician apprentice in 1996 and became a director Jan 2013. Martin helped with the set up, and chairs, the Metalcraft Community Fund. Martin is passionate about supporting young people and apprenticeships and is a STEM Ambassador. Yet another example of Metalcraft’s ‘home grown’ management.
Born in Chatteris, Stephen joined Metalcraft straight from school in 1977, over 41 years ago, as a plating apprentice, he has worked his way through various departments of the business gaining a great knowledge of the business and its production. Stephen now heads the Sales Department and is the first contact with potential customers. Stephen is an example of ‘home grown’ management.
Ian joined the business in 2016 following a successful career in both Engineering/Manufacturing. He has worked in Nuclear Operations at the Sellafield Reprocessing Plant in Cumbria. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and has been involved in ‘Formula Student’ with Liverpool University and is also a STEM Ambassador.
Kelvin joined the business in 2001, initially as a Senior Production Engineer, Lead Engineer, Managing Engineer and then in his present role of Technical Manager since 2014. He has 35 year experience in Technical Engineering supported by sound academic background.
Chris joined Metalcraft in 2015 to manage the 3m3 Box contract for Sellafield. Chris studied Mechanical Engineering in Dublin, Ireland before moving to the UK in 2012 to work as a Mechanical Design Engineer. Chris then progressed into Project Management working on numerous projects for high profile customers in the Oil & Gas and Energy sectors. Since joining Metalcraft Chris has overseen the design, development and implementation of the 3m3 production line and has helped to secure a number of additional significant Box contracts with Sellafield.
Born in Chatteris, Martin joined the business in 1986 as an apprentice in the conformance department, Martin completed his apprenticeship and continued to work in the department, and became a Company Director in Jan 2013. Martin was instrumental in the set-up of the current apprentice school/programme. Martin is another example of Metalcraft’s ‘home grown’ management.
David joined the business when Metalcraft bought his company, Middlemass Lord, in 2000. David started his career as an engineering apprentice and has over 30 years’ experience in management. David has now moved to our sister Company, Peter Brotherhood, to assist in implement management systems.
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