On November 30 Dicker Precision Components, a manufacturer of products for the oil & gas industry, will host an Open Day to celebrate recent company and site expansions.
Charles Hendry MP will deleiver a brief presentation at the event and Dicker’s recent expansion will be explained to attendees who will also be allowed to tour the premises and be briefed on how the company’s positive performance can boost the local economy.
Founded in 1973, Dicker is run by its current Director Mark Love and has 16 employees. In recent months the company has appointed a new Staff Manager to oversee the growing number of projects enquired by new clients. Dicker has also bought two new machines to cope with the added workload and has also recently made parts for the Army’ latest vehicle; The Foxhound.
Mark Love, Dicker Precision Components Director comments: “In times of austerity, we continue to grow and expand and we are extremely proud of our performance. This Open Day gives both our local community and customers the chance to come in, get to know the people behind Dicker Precision Engineering, see our new equipment, and hear our plans for 2013. We are also very grateful for Charles Hendry who will give up his time to come in and visit the depot and we look forward to welcoming him and other attendees.”
Anyone wishing to attend the event is invited to contact Clare on 01323 840140 or firstname.lastname@example.org