Investing in young talent

The new apprentices will spend two days a week at our base in Four Ashes, Wolverhampton, gaining on-the-job experience. They will also study at college in Wolverhampton on a three-year course to work towards a Certificate of Advanced Apprenticeship in Engineering.

Managing Director Allan Binstead said: “We are an established business that looks to the future. We want to give opportunities to young people to help set them on a career path and develop their potential. In Jacob and Sam we have promising candidates who are willing to learn and gain practical skills and experience; we wish them well.”

Jacob Davies, one of the apprentices said: “It’s a great opportunity for both of us. Morris Site Machinery have made us very welcome. We are learning so much already and enjoying the variety of work.”

We are known for our SMC mobile lighting towers, which we sell worldwide, and for our range of other high-quality site equipment including generators, welders, pumps and pressure washers. We are also investing in our future production capacity with plans to move to a new purpose-built base on the i54 South Staffordshire high-tech business park.

We are part of Shrewsbury-based fifth-generation family business group Morris & Company which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.

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Investing in young talent