Meet Our Team


Jenks & Cattell Meet Our Team

Behind every success is a team working together! 

We would like to introduce you to some key members of our team including our three Directors - Mike O'Shea, Craig Jeavons and Nick George. Craig and Nick have been with Jenks & Cattell Engineering for over 20 years and have the utmost passion and wealth of experience for the company to strive for bigger and better things each year. Supply Chain Manager; David Dawson also has a wealth of experience within the company after recently achieving his 30 years of service. The investment and change the company has seen over the decades is certainly something to be proud of. 

Kevan, Martin and Paul lead a team of 16 skilled Engineers and Production Planners all with vast experience in the metal pressings industry. 

Nick leads our Sales team of 6, and Eleanor focusses on all Marketing activities including our exhibition presence where you can meet us throughout the year. 

Gwen and Tom are responsible for our finances, and our Quality team has grown significantly in recent years to support our three shift working pattern, lead by Tracy and Craig. Our shop floor is supported by multiple Team Leaders across our laser cut fabrication, tool maintenance, metal pressings, spot, manual and robotic weldning, warehouse and tool setting manufacturing departments. 

Jenks & Cattell Engineering operate on circa 100 employees, 38 of whom are office based at our headquarters in Wolverhampton, in the West Midlands - heart of the metal pressings industry. Our team pride ourselves on excellent communication across all departments which ensures our customers metal components are delivered on time and to the highest quality achievable. 

Our engineering team have strived through the COVID and Brexit difficulties seen in 2021, and have been part of one of the most sucessful financial years for decades.

Following the easing of restrictions, please get in touch with any member of our site for a guided site visit of our West Midlands Factory.

 

 

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