TMAT creates new jobs to meet foreign demand

TMAT Ltd – the multi-national manufacturer of acoustic components for tractors and excavators whose customers include JCB and Volvo – is creating new jobs to meet increased foreign demand.

TMAT has seen increasing levels of business from markets markedly different time zones in particular since the beginning of 2013.

TMAT will adopt a new continental shift pattern to meet this demand, which will mean the factory in Chesterfield operating 24/7, therefore, requiring greater manpower.

Jason Lippitt, Managing Director of TMAT, said: “This is a paradigm shift from one way of working that suited the business needs for so long to one vital to our – and our customers’ – current and future needs.

“Businesses like ours working in a global environment with customers in different time zones need to anticipate change and adapt to it, and that is precisely what we’ve done.

“The decision to move to the continental shift pattern has already created an even greater dynamism about the place, and we look forward to the adding new blood to our enthusiastic team as the business continues to grow.”

TMAT would like to hear directly from machinery operators, maintenance engineers and other skilled engineering and factory workers. Those wishing to apply to work at TMAT should email with a CV.