CKF Systems, a leading robotics and automation solutions provider who have been serving the manufacturing and logistics industries for over 30 years, achieved their second-best trading year in 2021. This success paints a positive picture for the growth of UK manufacturing as well as UK businesses’ continuing investment in the latest robotic and automation technology. This success and growth was also reflected industry-wide with the results from the CBI Industrial Trends Survey* showing that UK manufacturing total order books in November improved to their strongest on record (since 1977). The survey showed that manufacturers expect output growth to accelerate in the next three months.
Jamie Quinton, Managing Director of CKF Systems says “CKF have received substantial orders from both large blue-chip companies and smaller up and coming businesses. This just highlights the importance of automating your operations to remain competitive whatever the size of your business. This also shows how positive things are looking for UK Manufacturing with substantial growth on the horizon.
CKF have a wealth of experience and knowledge in our team – our people are our greatest asset. We handle the full manufacture and design at our state-of-the-art facility in Gloucester which means we can be cost-effective at the same time as offering a solution that is perfectly suited to your unique operational needs.”
This success has meant that CKF Systems now have a number of exciting new roles to fulfil their plans for growth in 2022. If you would like a new start in your career in and to play a key role at the forefront of innovation then get in touch with us today. To see all the opportunities available visit www.ckf.co.uk/recruitment
Robots and automation are vital to ensure your business is more agile, productive, safer and cost-effective. Get in touch with us today at firstname.lastname@example.org / www.ckf.co.uk / +44 (0)1452 728753 for a free quote, analysis and concept design on a no-obligation basis.
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