Looking to the future…..

Ambic Equipment Limited would like to introduce 16 year old Finley Lundie-Gordon, the new Apprentice Mechanical Engineer who has joined our experienced Toolroom Team.

Fin attended the Burford School in Oxfordshire, where he studied a BTEC in Engineering alongside his GCSE’s.

Over the next 2 years, Fin will attend Abingdon and Witney College on a part-time basis and work towards his Level 2 Apprenticeship (Engineering Operative).

Ambic are keen for Fin to develop further by advancing on to L3 Apprenticeship (Engineering Technician) specialising in tool making and maintenance.

Celebrating 30 Years of Service

Last week we celebrated not one but two of our employees reaching 30 years of service at Ambic.

Anne joined Ambic straight from school, starting in the Mouldshop, moving to Assembly and Sales. Anne then left for maternity leave and when she returned she became part of the Purchasing Team where she has remained.

Anne says “30 years at Ambic have been a pleasure. They have always been supportive in my various roles within the business and I hope to stay for many years to come”

Vera joined us as a Multi Skilled Operator and has remained there ever since.

Vera says “I love working here” and added the same as Anne that she “hopes to be here for many years to come.

Both Anne and Vera’s knowledge and skills are the back bone of Ambic and we thank them both for their continued hard work and dedication to Ambic.

Rise of an Engineer

Ambic Equipment Limited are proud to share the news that Ben Levinson has formally achieved his Level 2 Diploma Certificate in Engineering. Matt Barker – R+D Manager says “ this a great result for Ben, based on hard work and commitment we look forward to supporting Ben through his Level 3 Electronics module next”. Ben has been supported by the entire engineering team and other staff, attend numerous training courses including SoildWorks, Compliance Testing as well as being our PAT engineer. Richard Hiley commented “this is an excellent result for Ben, his positive, can-do attitude and good work ethic will serve him well as he continues along his career path”. We would also like to thank Abingdon and Witney College for their excellent support through the apprenticeship scheme”. Ben will continue to work with Rajesh Shah on Ambic’s Pumping, Dosing and Dilution product range and other bespoke projects.

If you are interested in a Mechanical Apprenticeship at Ambic Equipment Limited through Witney and Abingdon please make contact directly with the college.


Sad news

It is with great sadness that we report that Lesley Dickin passed away on Wednesday 26th January 2022; she had suffered a brief illness before passing away in hospital where Steve, Jamie (their son) and sister were with her to the end.

For Ambic, Lesley was a valuable and important member of our office team and was responsible for Sales & Marketing, HR and a raft of other roles which she managed with ease and great professionalism for a little over eighteen years. She will be missed most of all for her smile, friendship and can-do attitude.