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Fabdec celebrates long serving staff

Fabdec has rewarded seven employees for their long service with the company.

Fabdec employees receiving their long-term service awards.

Employees were congratulated for a range of tenures with Fabdec, including awards for 25 and 30 years with the company. The managing director, Chris Powell, celebrated 40 years of employment at Fabdec.

following a short ceremony, the recipients of these awards were presented with a voucher as well as a certificate for their hard work over the years by finance director Graham Egar. They will all also receive a bonus in time for Christmas.

The awards rounded off a successful year for Fabdec – with the organisation sustaining an increase in turnover across its water heating, brewery and dairy divisions, as well as winning International Growth through Export at the Shropshire Business Awards.

Mr Powell said: “It’s fantastic to be able to close another successful year with these awards honouring our long-serving employees. It’s been another fantastic year for the company which would not have been possible without everybody’s hard work across the organisation.

“We’re committed to continuing to invest in our people and build a sustainable working environment that maximises their well-being.

“We’ve continued this initiative throughout 2019 with the installation of solar panels to generate our own electricity alongside a new fibre laser welder and two hydraulic presses. All of which increase the safety of our staff and improve their well-being.

“It’s brilliant to see this approach paying off with staff feeling that they can become integral parts of the Fabdec team over a number of decades.

“All those that are receiving this award are assets to our organisation and have played a major role in getting us to where we are today, and I’d like to thank them again for all their hard work.”

6 January 2020


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