was proud to win the Regional event of the National Apprentice Awards and were named amongst the Top 100 employers of apprentices within the UK and are fully committed to continue sponsoring apprentices to ensure that there exists a way of bringing highly skilled talent into the industry and currently support a number of apprentice programmers including adult apprentices via the armed forces.
The addition of a new line will underpin the capacity of the co-located T8 PTA Plant and enable LCUK
's move into a wider range of PET products.
FOR details on LCUK
's careers week, which starts on October 2, call 01276 417805.
Steve Grant, managing director of the TTE Technical Training Group, said: "The sponsorship of apprentices provided by employers like LCUK
is vital, not only to provide young people with essential skills and training opportunities, but to ensure that companies can recruit from a pool of talented and competent entrants to industry."
In April LCUK
was given approval for pounds 6.7m of Regional Growth Fund support towards the construction of the new PET plant.
, the UK subsidiary of KP Chemicals and part of the Lotte Group, recently purchased the assets formerly belonging to Artenius UK, which went into administration in July 2009.
Organising charity LCUK
is part of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and tries to look at the effect the disease has on young people when a relative or friend is diagnosed.
will take over all Artenius's operational assets, including the PTA [Purified Terephthalic Acid] and PET [Polyethylene Terephthalate] manufacturing facilities at Wilton near Redcar, which produce chemicals for plastics used in the food and drink packaging industry.
is kicking off their appeal with the first ever race of rubber ducks along the River Mersey on July 6 as well as a host of other events in the pipeline.
* Mr N Y Lee, LCUK
CEO, said: "The project will represent a remarkable turnaround in the fortunes of this business.
The Kids Music & Dance challenge has been organised by the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation as part of their LCUK
Kids United v Lung Cancer campaign and Catherine's Appeal.
But the dinner will have a dual purpose - to raise funds for LCUK
(Lung Cancer UK) - the new campaigning arm of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, whose new initiative is ``Kids Take Up The Challenge.''