GRASS Movement Systems
The GRASS range is a Würth group owned company and is an international manufacturer of furniture fittings and process machines.
We provide a full complete quality range of hinges and back plates to suit all applications. Differing opening angle requirements can all be found with the most popular being 110 degrees. There are many types available from the basic Slide-on hinges to the Click-on for quick and easy fitting.
We at Würth want to continue to provide our customers with a product of a high quality but in order to do so it is important we gain some feedback on what you, the customers want.
Würth UK are looking for people to test our products which will be sent out to you to test in the comfort of your own workshops. Products old and new will be tested to gain some feedback on what you like, dislike and what you recommend we change to help make our products better for you.
Simply email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject titled 'Product Testing' telling us what division you work in and we will pick a few people to receive the products and test them for us.
Würth Group Press Release 2012
2012 proved to be a challenging but rewarding year for the company. The Würth group generated record sales in 2012 with annual sales of Euro 9.98 billion and invested Euro 465 million in extension of warehouse capacity and branch office network.
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True Heroes Racing
True Heroes Racing is a unique charity set up for troops wounded in the line of duty. They raise funds to help support a team of wounded military veterans who are engineering and racing a motorbike against professional teams.
True Heroes Racing first took place in September 2012 where Lance Corporal Murray Hambro of 2nd Royal Tank Regiment who lost both legs in an explosion in Afghanistan raced around the Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire on a specially-adapted Triumph Daytona 675R bike.
04/02/2013Lamma Show 2013
The Lincolnshire Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Association (Lamma) show is a business exhibition and the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show held in the third week of January every year.
The show enables all the major tractor and machinery manufacturers and smaller companies to show visitors a range of new products and services and for farmers who come from across the country and overseas to view the products and how they work. The event is traditionally held over 2 days at the Nottinghamshire County Showground with exhibitors setting up stands to promote new products and give demonstrations.
The first Lamma show was held in 1982 with some 50 exhibitors and over the years the interest has grown tremendously with the exhibition this year taking more than 820 exhibitor bookings and Würth UK Ltd was right there with new product demonstrations.
The Skills Show 2012 - NEC Birmingham
2012 was the third year that Würth UK have been sponsoring the Automotive Technology Skills Final, the competition has gone from in 2011 being a standalone event with the final in a college workshop, attendance approx 50 people. To a much, much higher profile national programme with the final at one of Europe’s largest venues, attendance approx 100,000 people!!
The Würth stand attracted over 500 visitors (we know this as all of the giveaway pens went!) Mainly young people looking at different career options showing an interest in “what do Würth do”. 8 Colleges have asked us to contact them to arrange a visit. We also spoke with British Airways Maintenance, Kopak Automotive and Rolls Royce Apprenticeships...Read more...
Ex Military Jobs - The Career Transition Partnership and Würth UK
The resettlement of ex servicemen into civilian life is an important issue. There has been a lot of talk about the lack of help for military personnel trying to adjust back into society after often lengthy periods of time on duty. The UK Government currently doesn’t have any scheme or initiative for helping those who have fought for queen and country, that’s why it’s great to see a number of organisations, businesses and charities which have been set up to ease this transition. The Career Transition Partnership is one of them!
The Career Transition Partnership (CTP) is the official provider of Armed Forces resettlement and offers free resettlement services to military personnel. From two years before discharge through to two years after, the CTP helps to correctly market them to potential employers.
At Würth we are always on the search to build up our sales force with hard working product specialists and the skills which many military personnel learn on duty are invaluable to us. Mechanics, drivers, engineers etc all have a head start when joining Würth because they background knowledge on the products which we sell and their applications. So, on 6th November our recruitment representatives set up a stand at the CTP South East employment fair at Kempton Park Racecourse. Our guys had a great day and found some really good prospective employees to join our team!
Inking About Africa
Inking About Africa is a charity scheme which has been set up to help support schools and children in the Gambia. Its focus is on collecting and recycling old or used print cartridges to be sold on, which raises valuable funds to help children afford equipment such as pens/ pencils and uniforms.
Last week we sent around 60 laser jet cartridges and 200 flat pack boxes which were sent out in collections from Money Pipe (a shipping service to the Gambia). We also donated various other items which could be of use over in West Africa; apparently the parcel strapping band works really well at fastening crops together...
Jeff from our warehouse and his partner Julie have been contributing to the scheme for a little while now. They have not only donated to Inking About Africa but have also helped out in other projects for the Gambia, they have even travelled over to Africa to personally get involved. Jeff brought Inking About Africa to our attention and as we naturally go through a fair few cartridges per year (which would otherwise go to waste) it’s with great pleasure that we have begun to donate.