New year, new starter to welcome on board….

Following the growth we experienced in 2019 we were pleased to welcome on board two new starters at the beginning of this year, one of them being Adam Iddles.

Adam has 15 years’ experience of toolmaking within the Automotive industry and works  our large tool room helping us build and maturate a variety of press tooling projects we are currently undertaking.

Adam comments ‘I joined Cube in December 2019, it was a good time to join as I had the opportunity to meet the team socially at the Christmas event, we has a great night out in Birmingham and it really helped to get to know each other.

Although I have only been at Cube a month, I feel settled into my role and also into the culture. It is a refreshing change to have such a positive work culture, no politics, just teamwork. Plus, I get to do the job I love every day.

One of my first projects with Cube was a new tool build for a sump, it was a really interesting project and I was pleased that they had trusted me, as a new starter with such an important project.

What really stands out for me at Cube are the processes that they have in place in terms of tooling and manufacturing. In my 15 years of working for several different businesses within the Automotive sector I haven’t come across such robust and effective processes. It is clear to see why they are market leaders.

Their recent investment into the large tooling machines has also strengthened by confidence in them, they are clearly an engineering business that is investing in their future growth.’

With our new starters on board we are opening the year with 48 employees, if our growth continues as expected we hope to be adding more members to the team by the end of Q1.

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