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Broxton’s profile in Cirencester set to grow

An expansion of Broxton’s current facility in Cirencester looks set to further strengthen the company’s profile in the local area.

One planning application has been approved for the facility’s expansion with Broxton already a key employer in the area with more than 60 employees based in and around Cirencester.

Broxton, an award winning market leader in their industry, employ a skilled workforce including seven apprentices who also study at Swindon, South Gloucestershire and Stroud colleges.

Founded by Brian Ellams in 1973, Broxton has now been a key employer in Cirencester for more than 40 years and works with many leading UK manufacturers as well as producing parts for unique and world-class products.

“These are exciting times and I relish the challenge of further developing the business to meet the needs of our customers,” comments Marcus Ellams, managing director of Broxton. “As well as ensuring we are adequately resourced with people skills, we have already invested time in analysing future investments in world-class machine tool technology and automation to drive our competitiveness.”

Broxton currently operate from two sites on Love Lane industrial estate with an area of 30,000 square foot but the proposed site expansion will further boost the company’s production rate as well as offer new employment opportunities. Broxton is a market leading provider of sheet metalwork, precision machined components and assemblies to industries including electronics, audio and aerospace. Their commitment to shipping quality products on time, as well as driving productivity, investment in world-class technology and reducing costs makes them a leader in the industry.

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