Brandauer’s story of electrification: Part Two
As the plans for electrically powered vehicles ploughs on and signals the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040, there will be heavy demand on PCB manufacturers.
C. Brandauer & Co Ltd and CEO, Rowan Crozier feature in The Engineer this week and the focus is apprenticeships, which haven’t always been a labour of love for Brandauer but things had to change if the company was to grow and retain some of its traditional skills.
This article is part of ‘Skills Week’ – which means that all week (29th October – 2nd November), The Engineer will be covering the continual issue of engineering skills. Regular readers will be aware of the so-called skills shortage and how it remains a major issue for industry.
Engineering UK’s most recent annual report estimates that the UK requires 124000 new engineers and technicians every year, and faces an annual shortfall of 59,000.
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