A PRINTED circuit manufacturer with factories in Knaresborough and Boroughbride has celebrated the loyalty and long service of ten of its staff members, who between them have clocked up 175 years of service to the company.
Martyn Gibson, the operations director at GSPK Circuits Ltd, presented the ten employees with a certificate as an acknowledgement of and in gratitude for their dedication and loyalty to the company.
Honoured for 30 years of service were Colin Waddington, dry film, and Keith Robinson, maintenance, both from the Knaresborough branch. Clocking up 25 years’ service was Nigel Julian, test, Knaresborough branch, while Paul Evison, screen print, Knaresborough branch, Ali Bental, internal sales, and Lynne Haighs, lab, both from the Boroughbridge branch, and managing director Steve Lloyd, were all recognised for 15 years’ service.
Mark Senior, screen print, Sandra Robertson, drill shop, and Carole Jarman, AOI, all based at the Boroughbridge branch, were honoured for ten years’ service.
Managing director Steve Lloyd said: “The commitment of these individuals is a credit to the teamwork and family-like atmosphere that GSPK engenders within its various branches. These staff have seen many changes within the company as GSPK has grown and evolved to be in its current position as one of the leading PCB manufacturers in the UK and Europe. Their loyalty is recognised and greatly appreciated by management, their other team members and customers alike.
“We thank them for their support and contribution to the success of GSPK Circuits Ltd, both here and abroad.”