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Bullmer welcomed over 40 companies from around the world to their Innovation Days. Countries included Mexico, China, Tunisia, Vietnam, India, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Portugal.
Assyst Bullmer were delighted to be awarded the Innovation Partner trophy by Gan Tian R&D Director and Marc Hasler Managing Director. Bullmer cutters can bring unique benefits to companies wanting to link their cutters to robots (especially in composites), cut product directly from web shop orders (widely used in the production of car mats) or use a cutter to cut leather, pattern matched and plain fabric on the same machine (useful in upholstery where product mix constantly changes).
We are delighted that the innovations Assyst Bullmer have implemented at customers in the UK and Ireland have resulted in this award.
We are delighted that Assyst Bullmer has been awarded the title Employer of the Year in the fsb competition for Yorkshire.
There was fierce competition for the title from companies throughout Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Geoff Ward, Alison Agnew and Philip Marsden attended the awards lunch in Huddersfield.
Assyst Bullmer are celebrating 30 years in business in the UK this month. The last 30 years have seen radical changes in our technology and the markets we serve, so it is even more remarkable that we have seen strong continuity in some aspects of our business.
Our first customer, Lambton Tailoring, ( http://www.lambtontailoring.co.uk/) is still thriving with our technology 30 years later.
Two of our founding staff, Philip Marsden and Alison Agnew, are also still with Assyst Bullmer. The experience of all of our staff is a key differentiator for Assyst Bullmer and Phil and Alison are two excellent examples of this.
We are looking forward to the next 30 years.
Assyst Bullmer will be at the Advanced Engineering Show at Birmingham’s NEC, November 1st and 2nd. We will be on Stand J110 and will be launching a new range of laser projection systems at the Show.
The ATTOM project at Solvay is approaching its conclusion. The partners in the project are Solvay Cytec, AEL Airborne, Assyst Bullmer and Gudel.
The project was to develop an automated method of producing tidal turbine blades from composite material. The project has achieved some remarkable improvements and the problems solved are generating interest from other areas of composite production such aeroplane components and automotive manufacture. See this development at:
Assyst Bullmer will be exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering Exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham November 2nd & 3rd.
We will be exhibiting with LAPlasers whose products have seen strong demand in the UK in 2015.
3 new staff have joined the team at Assyst Bullmer to look after our growing numbers of customers. Joe Rudram and Aiden White have joined us as Field Service Engineers and Debbie Rothera has joined us as Office Administrator.
Assyst Bullmer have filed accounts for 2014 at Companies House. Revenues were at a record high and grew by 29% compared with 2013, with particularly strong growth in sales of automatic cutters and 3D design software
Strong demand for Assyst Bullmer’s automatic cutters means we need a Field Service Engineer to join our team.
The job includes installation of new cutters and spreaders at customer sites, service and maintenance work.
Experience of field service of sophisticated machinery with a background of electronics/electrical engineering is essential.
The position involves extensive travel to customer sites, mainly in the UK.
A competitive salary, company car, benefits package and training are provided together with the chance to join this successful, friendly company
To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org