Fluorocarbon is one of the UK’s largest fluoropolymer processors, operating from 3 manufacturing sites: 2 in the UK and 1 in Europe, sales offices in Europe and the USA and partners globally, we aim to offer our customers high quality, cost-effective solutions, from material selection to manufacturing and distribution.
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Fluorocarbon is at the forefront of engineering plastics and one of the UK’s largest fluoropolymer processors.
With more than 50 years’ experience supplying our materials and products globally, we pride ourselves in providing cost-effective solutions at the highest quality, from material selection through to manufacturing and distribution by working with our customers who are market leaders across many industries.
We have two machining sites, here in the UK and in Europe. Operating at the highest standards, we continually invest in our employees to ensure they meet both the business requirements and their own career goals.
To get the best from our Apprentice’s we believe it is crucial to harness the passion and enthusiasm of young people in the industry to develop skilled employees in a range of areas including CNC programming, setting and operating which is why we have chosen to partner with the EEF scheme.
For Fluorocarbon this offers a long term solution to investing in the skills of our workforce.
Our current apprentice Oliver Smiler joined us last month and will be studying at EEF campus in the Midlands for 20 weeks of the year with the rest of his time spent, hands on at our Hertford site. Oliver will be trained in CNC programming, setting and operating- specifically looking at turning, over a 3 year period with his final year on site.
Fluorocarbon offers a three year programme for its engineering apprenticeships. It is a fantastic opportunity for people to join an accredited mechanical engineering scheme. We offer residential learning at the EEF campus combined with practical learning and experience in the workplace. Candidates must have Maths grade B at GCSE. If you or someone you know would be interested in finding out more about our scheme please contact: