MAN creates 125 jobs after record year

An industrial collective is casting aside the shadows of Brexit by recording its best ever year, with a £10m increase in sales, paving the way for 125 new jobs. The Manufacturing Assembly Network (MAN), which comprises eight subcontract manufacturers and an engineering design agency, has taken full advantage of the positive exchange rate and a desire to utilise British innovation to win contracts across the automotive, aerospace, electronics, renewables and medical sectors.

All nine firms have experienced growth over the past 12 months and benefitted from sharing best practice, purchasing power and working together to target new clusters. The expansion now means that MAN employs a 1000-strong combined workforce across 15 factories and boasts an order book that is fast approaching £90m, with 40% sent overseas.
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