As part of its 30-year celebrations, A&T had the pleasure of hosting both the Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street CBE, and The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Sue Greenaway, together with her Consort, Mr. Desmond Greenaway. During their visits, each had the opportunity to speak to the senior management team about the future of A&T and heard about projects that the company is currently involved in that actively contribute towards the region’s ambition of becoming the ‘home of the green industrial revolution’. They also discussed the company’s thriving apprenticeship scheme and how A&T is boosting employment in the local area. Meeting some of the company’s long-standing employees, they heard how much their roles have changed over the years and how technology has contributed towards this change. They also spoke with apprentices who work at A&T and discussed how their apprenticeship is contributing towards their success in the workplace. Over the next twelve months, A&T Enclosures plans to continue its celebrations and will remain focused on delivering a high level of growth and innovation. The company specialises in the manufacture and supply of bespoke electrical enclosures globally for the low voltage switchgear, motor control, electric vehicles, renewables and power generation markets. Starting with just eight members of staff back in 1992, Tim King set out to create an electrical enclosures business that specialised in high quality, bespoke builds. Fast forward to today and A&T Enclosures now employs almost 70 local people and supplies bespoke electrical enclosures to some of the world’s leading brands. A crucial turning point for the business was securing a large investment in 2015, which allowed the company to move to its current location, a 50,000 sq ft manufacturing facility based in Brierley Hill. This would allow a higher volume of work and more complex projects to be undertaken. A&T has invested heavily over the years, both in cutting-edge technologies and in its people, and the company is now renowned within the industry for its craftmanship and level of service and support it offers. The company has certainly come a long way in the last 30 years and reaching this significant milestone in its history has allowed the company not only to look back at what has been achieved but also to look ahead to the future.Having recently seeing an increase in the number of ‘green’ projects it is undertaking, which include a windfarm project for a large energy management company and EV charging point projects both for vehicle manufacturers and a well-known supermarket chain. The company expects to undertake similar projects more often in the future as the UK moves towards its net zero target. A&T Enclosures also continues to work with local schools and colleges to champion young adults who are interested in pursuing a STEM career. They have a fantastic relationship with a number of educational establishments, and currently have six apprentices working across a number of different areas of the business.Tim King, the company Chairman, said, “This is an exciting time for A&T Enclosures and we would like to thank all members of the A&T family past and present. We are extremely grateful for all of the hard work and support that each and every one of them has shown over the years! The success of A&T would not have been possible without the daily contributions they each make to our business."To our clients and friends, we would like to thank you all for your continued loyalty and support. We appreciate your business and the opportunities you entrust to us. We will strive to push our company forward and continue to deliver the best bespoke electrical enclosures in the industry."We wouldn’t be where we are today without all of you. Here’s to another 30 years!”.More on A&T Enclosures may be found here.
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