Welding skills matter says Air Products

Left to right: Colin Kennedy, Air Products, Kurt Rodgers, Alstom UK and Mark Slater, Lincoln Welding
Posted on 2 May 2014 by Tim Brown

Industry leaders and the education sector could be doing more to promote welding as a rewarding career path for young people and more collaboration is urgently needed to prevent a skills shortage in the future says Colin Kennedy of Air Products.

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Tim Potter, managing partner of accountancy firm HURST, together with a senior team from NatWest in Manchester, led a delegation of north west manufacturers on a tour of Jaguar Land Rover’s factory on Merseyside to discover what lessons could be learned from the plant’s success.