something we talk about everyday here” said Managing Director John D’Angelillo
way for automation in the UK to catch up with the rest of the world is to be positive
and continue to promote it.
someone like Lord Mike Whitby visit us gives us that exact opportunity, and we
hope it’s a message that he’ll carry with him to Parliament.”
visit Lord Whitby also gave a speech the entire Bauromat staff emphasising the
importance of manufacturing to the British economy and discussing how companies
like Bauromat are at the forefront of new technologies.
It was also touched on that despite manufacturing being considered to make up around 10% of GVA (Gross Value Added), Lord Whitby believes it to be more. This would allow governments to get a better idea of how important manufacturing is to the UK.
was concluded with a tour of the shop floor, allowing Lord Whitby to get a
first-hand look at the technologies Bauromat provides. Together with Bauromat’s
Technical Director Paul Tilley, Sales Director Jason Aulton and Operations
Manager David Samuel, Lord Whitby was talked through a range of Bauromat’s
latest robotic projects.
would like to thank Lord Mike Whitby and Made in the Midlands for taking their
time to visit us, giving the company a platform to continue to promote automation
in a positive light.