Euroshel was extremely pleased to welcome Fiona Bruce, MP for Congleton and George Hayes, Councillor for Congleton West to our premises last week to see the work we are doing. Euroshel has taken on a number of new staff from the local area since relocating to Congleton and Fiona and George were keen to see our operations first hand.
They met with our staff and observed some of our manufacturing processes. Fiona said on her website:
“I really enjoyed visiting Autocross Euroshel in Congleton with Councillor George Hayes and seeing their very high quality bus shelters, attractive signage and the other innovative products they make on site here. I was impressed to hear that the company sells their shelters all over the UK, even making some for the Olympics! – and that Autocross Euroshel also export abroad as far as Nigeria! It was good to see their smart fleet of vans, and to meet several of the employees who clearly enjoy working for such a flourishing company. I congratulate Will Cross and his wife Julie on developing such an exciting business – which I know, from my own background, will have taken real hard work over many years; it was good to hear them say that Congleton is a really positive place for them to have expanded to with good transport links, pleasant business premises available and excellent local staff.”
Euroshel is committed to building its business and using local labour wherever possible. This visit was a great occasion for our staff to gain some recognition for their hard work and dedication which gives our customers a first class service.
The story has also been covered by B-Daily here.