The local company announces new job and training opportunities at the new Droughtwich station

ARMSTRONG Liquid Technology has officially opened its new system manufacturing center on Pontoon Way and announced job and training incentives for Droughtwich and the surrounding area.

Armstrong liquid technology manufactures sealed heating, ventilation and air conditioning solutions for data centers, gas transmission, commercial, district power and other markets.

Earlier this year, the company announced that it had decided to move to Droughtwich.

“This is a very proud day for our company,” said Simon Parker, chief executive of Armstrong Liquid Technology in the United Kingdom.

Armstrong’s success is not insignificant due to the skill and commitment of our Midlands team, and we are delighted to have a highly skilled and valuable workforce as we move to Droughtwich.

“To celebrate this important milestone in our history, we are thrilled to welcome our guests to the Droughtwich Systems Manufacturing Center today. And we look forward to new employees and professionals joining our staff in the coming months.

In recent years, the company’s steady growth in business has outpaced the existing Haleso station.

The largest factory in Droughtwich, with more than 69,000 square feet of space, extensive warehouses and specially designed storage tanks, will put the company in a strong position for future growth.

The transfer is now complete, and representatives of the local government and business community are invited to join Armstrong’s customers and suppliers to celebrate the official opening of the new station.

Jason K, Commerce Commissioner of the Canadian High Commission, used to cut the ribbon.

Armstrong is also expanding its training program in Dorothy.

Six young people in technical and business roles have already joined the program.

Six additional locations were announced at the event, one student buyer, and student administrators.

The goal is to integrate college courses with practical experience and grow into permanent full-time roles with the company.

This approach has been successful in recent years.

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