WORCESTER Bosch opened the doors of its state-of-the-art city base to the public for National Manufacturing Day.
The event showcases Britain’s leading suppliers of consumer and industrial goods as well as promote the many highly skilled and well-paid job opportunities in industries which are in perpetually high demand for manufacturers and engineers.
It coincided with the company’s ongoing 60th birthday celebrations this year as a community focused manufacturer, currently employing 1,850 people.
The tour included the production area where 250,000 A-rated boilers are produced annually, the training base where 15,000 heating engineers upskill each year as well a look at the future of fuel innovations in development.
Martyn Bridges, director of technical services said: “By opening our doors to visitors for National Manufacturing Day we hope to show the fantastic craftmanship, engineering as well as research and development which has been going into our products since we formed 60 years ago, as well as providing an insight to the public what being in a dynamic industry like heating can be.”