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Remembrance Day – 2019

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.

“When you go home, tell them of us and say, for their tomorrow we gave our today.”

End Systems – More Academic Success!

Today we’re congratulating our very own Daisy Drury upon the completion of her HND in Mechanical Engineering! Passing with flying colours!

Joining us in July of this year, Daisy currently works as a Document Controller within our Documentation Department.

Daisy has become a valued member of the End Systems team in the short few months she’s been here, and we look forward to seeing her progress her career with us!

Well done!

End Systems – One Month On

Well it’s now been a month since we revealed our new look! We’re certainly enjoying our shiny new branding, and we hope you are too!

If you haven’t already, head over to our other websites to see how we’ve changed… Whilst you’re there, check out our service offerings!



End Systems – Adding To The Team!

Today we welcome 4 new starters into the End Systems team. We have Liam Drake, Lewis Balmer and Harvey Hayes joining us as Assistant Commissioning Engineers and Liam Varley joining us as a Commissioning Engineer!

As always this week will be a week of training, with each new recruit completing a range of Health & Safety qualifications and site inductions.

We can’t wait to see what each new team member will bring to our fantastic existing team, and to see them progress their careers with us too!

Best of luck, enjoy the journey!

World Mental Health Awareness Day 2019

Today we held a health and wellbeing morning at our Head Office in Leigh.

By all accounts it was just great for people to take 10 minutes out of their busy day to have a biscuit, brew and a chat…

A range of topics got discussed, and today has gone a long way to ensuring our team know that we’re on hand to help if they have any concerns whatsoever.

A massive thank you to our Occupational Health Nurse Lisa, and counsellor Lee for being on hand to offer advice and support.

We’ll certainly be doing this one again…