Advanced Machinery Services

AMS starts the year with expansion plans for their service division

Last year, AMS experienced big growth in their company and they start 2018 looking for new technical and mechanical engineers to work around United Kingdom.

In its 10th anniversary year, the service company has recognised that they will need at least three more engineers for their team who can attend to all their customers needs around the UK


AMS is a Service Company that sells woodworking machines. They provide service to companies around the UK coordinated from their headquarters in Skeffington (Leicestershire)

AMS finished last year with its best results since the company was founded. They rebuilt more than 90 machines, mostly Wadkin machinery, and they have provided service to thousands of companies. 

One of the strongest markets for AMS is the Spare Parts and the Tooling division. The customers can order them through their Ebay Shop or on their website, very easy and fast.

AMS director, Steve Foster said: “We have had a brilliant 2017, but 2018 starts very busy too. We need to increase our team, because one of our engineers has retired and we have expanding sales and service contracts”

At the moment AMS has 2 directors, 7 engineers around UK, 5 engineers at their workshop together with 3 apprentices and 7 people in its offices.

They would like to expand their service/training team and the new employees could potentially work around the area where they reside.

If you are the engineer that AMS is looking for, you can get all the information on its website: www.advancedmachinery.co.uk or by calling 08448449949.

You could start to be part of a team of specialists in woodworking machinery, the majority coming from the iconic Wadkin factory from its home in Leicester.

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Posted by: Advanced Machinery on January 22nd, 2018 @ 10:15 AM

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