There’s 1.5 million people in the UK with a learning disability yet less than 6% are in paid employment.
At this stage of a very busy year, the Leadership Team are taking time out to get together to discuss the company strategy.
Alan Godden started working with Brian Wilson at MPM in 1978 at the tender age of 18 – as apprentice pattern maker.
By 1989, the company had diversified into the Conservatory market and set up a new division called Mecanex. Alan was instrumental in the design and development of this company and its products and became a valued shareholder.
The event run by the Leeds Manufacturing Festival brought together a range of manufacturing businesses of all sizes from across Leeds to discuss apprenticeships and traineeships.
The Leeds Manufacturing Festival aims to highlight the opportunities that exist for exciting careers within the manufacturing sector and this event was key in getting manufacturers together to show them how easy and beneficial it is to make use of trainees within their businesses to bridge the skills gap for the future.
The next stage of the investment in our building and premises is complete.
Our next big challenge is to cycle the Leeds to Liverpool canal and back in support of Sue Ryders' Manorlands hospice. Here is an update on training by Ben, Dylan, John and Mark before their next Charity Cycle Ride
MPM are pleased to offer a full-service portfolio from drawings and prototype concepts to final designing, production and commissioning, now including a much improved RTM department.
Ben, Dylan and John took part in a 12 hour cycle challenge in support of an Armed Forces Charity and are now ready for their next challenge in June.