Ford and Slater apprentices visit Daf factory

Commercial Motor
December 20, 2016

Ford and Slater has treated 21 of its apprentice technicians to a trip to the Daf factory in Leyland, Lancashire.

Connor Wilson, an apprentice technician at the Lincoln branch, said after the visit: “It was interesting to see what goes into ensuring a truck leaves the production line every six minutes.”

Bradley Bream, an apprentice technician at the Ford and Slater Corby branch, added: “It was a fun experience and I learnt a lot.”

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