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27
August
2013

Smurfit Kappa Machine Systems invest once again in the future of packaging engineering

Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship  program

Jack and Calvin being instructed by Ben Wiltshire, himself a successful graduate of the Smurfit Kappa Apprenticeship scheme.

Smurfit Kappa are pleased to welcome the latest intake into their successful Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship  program based at Yate, near Bristol – Calvin Freame and Jack Hawkins.

 

SKMS General Manager, Matt Weeks, emphasises the importance of investing in apprentices for the future of the business.

 

“With our apprentice scheme we inject new blood and ideas into our business . Our apprentices study at City of Bristol College training in the latest engineering techniques and technologies enabling us to stay in front of the latest ideas and technology. Our experience has shown many benefits in continuing with the apprentice schemes , including; a better fit within the organisation; greater overall productivity;  better health and safety performance and  better relations with customers. The company will encourage everyone to train to the highest levels possible.”

 

Smurfit Kappa Machine Systems are a World Class Manufacturer of Case Packing Systems and a division of the Smurfit Kappa Group. The Group, with an annual turnover of 7.4 billion euros, is a committed investor in the future.

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