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  • Luke Parker Joins Bracebridge

    As part of Bracebridge’s growth plan Luke Parker joined the company in November as Manufacturing Engineer.

    Luke has a Beng Hons in Mechanical Engineering and hits the ground running after spending the last nine years plying his trade in Australia. Luke is joining at a very opportune moment as Bracebridge have seen a steady growth in sales over the last year and are currently negotiating with a major tier 1 supplier for potential new business. During November Bracebridge also retained it’s quality management system registration to ISO9001:2008.

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  • Employee Steve Wombell retires at the age of 65

    Employee Steve Wombell retires at the age of 65 after being at Bracebridge since May 2009. Steve joined when Perdy Elcock closed and came across with the transfer of the hydraulic presses, although only with us for 5 years Steve has been a huge asset to BBE especially during the transitional days of transferring the presses and work from Perdy’s.

    On behalf of all his fellow collegues at Bracebridge may Steve enjoy a long and happy retirement.

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  • 2014 sees another successful year for Bracebridge

    With our continual investment in resources, Bracebridge's places a strong commitment to fulfilling their roles with the highest skill-set. With this scene in full swing, it has seen us recruit a valuable new asset to our organisation. The newly created position of Business Process Engineer, which covers both Quality and Manufacturing from an Engineering perspective, has been filled by Terry Swadzba.

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