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Tulway Engineering celebrates growth of headcount by 20% across Liverpool City Region and North East, with new appointments and investment in ‘the next generation’

National fabrication and engineering group, Tulway, has increased its headcount by 20% across the Liverpool City Region and the North East, with the firm still actively looking to recruit further as it enters into Q4 of 2021.

Recently announcing the acquisition of a prominent 30,000 sq ft fabrication workshop in Middlesbrough and the TUPE transfer of 23 new staff members, Tulway has also welcomed 7 new recruits through its doors in the North East, with notable recruits including Welder Thomas Power, Technical Clerk Mitchell Helm and Apprentices James Woods (Apprentice Pipe Welder) and James Shepherd (Apprentice Pipefitter).

Also employing Lucy Ackroyd, who has recently been promoted from North East Administrator to North East Office Manager, Tulway has taken on Senior North East Contracts Manager Stephen Simpson, with Simpson working in the region for the past two decades.

With Tulway’s Knowsley HQ also expanding significantly during the last year, Carl Harrison, who has been at the company since 2007 has been promoted to North West Contracts Manager, with Gareth Ellis also appointed as the new Accounts Manager at the company.

Kevin Tully, MD of Tulway Engineering, said:

“The on-going growth of Tulway Engineering across the Liverpool City Region and the North East is testament to our staff members and the hard work and dedication that they have shown throughout the pandemic, which has been highlighted by this flurry of promotions and recruitments. We have invested greatly into both of our sites and I am pleased that this investment has led to job creation, both at a senior and apprenticeship level.

“Continually building our reputation as a significant mechanical engineering services provider in the UK, it is incredibly important that we actively search for Apprentices and Kickstarters to not only boost employment in our regions, but also to secure solid foundations for the long-term future of our company. I am looking forward to unearthing and mentoring the hidden gems in our sector throughout the months and years to come.”

On the brink of opening a new 20,000 sq ft structural steel workshop in Middlesbrough, Tulway are expecting to take on at least 7 new members of staff before the end of the year.

Working closely with social impact mission I Am Moore, Tulway are currently searching for two Kickstarters, with a position available for an Accounts Assistant in Middlesbrough and a Purchasing Administrator in Knowsley.

An innovative training and job placement provider, I Am Moore aims to propel young people from all backgrounds into long-term employment in medium to high value roles, in the process helping them to acquire and sustain the very best skills and careers that enable them to fulfil their true potential.

For more information, visit the Tulway Engineering website.