The Gloucester company that makes parts for F1 cars has 70 jobs

Diamorph Group, which acquired Permali on Bristol Road last year, has announced it will invest £6million in the Gloucester facility. The company manufactures composite materials and bearings which are used in the F1, aerospace and rail industries and it needs staff to fill the 70 available positions.

The company prides itself on a broad knowledge of materials science in its chosen technologies and manufactures innovative products that provide protection in a wide range of safety-critical or high-cost-of-failure activities.

The organization is divided into three business units, which are:

  • Composite materials and polymers (CPM)manufacturing products designed to provide protection against wear, shock and electric shock;
  • Temperature solutionsproducing materials designed to protect process integrity at temperatures between 350 and 1200 degrees C in high temperature process industries;
  • Fire protectionworking on products intended to protect lives and buildings by stopping the spread of fire, allowing occupants time to leave the building.

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CPM’s main manufacturing site is in Gloucester at the Permali site. It will be the future home of Tenmat composites and Railko. So far, Diamorph plans to invest £6 million in the development of a state-of-the-art manufacturing and office hub in the city.

Due to increased demand in these sectors, this means that Diamorph in Gloucester has over 70 positions available, ranging from manufacturing operators to lab technicians, quality inspectors, CNC managers to warehouse and logistics supervisors.

Managing Director of the CPM business, Tony Beswick, said: “Diamorph works on very demanding projects, for example, Permali has the prestigious honor of supplying composite parts to all the Formula 1 teams on the grid as well as airliner applications You’ve probably sat on an airplane with our products.

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“Diamorph invests in its people and with so many exciting opportunities ahead, we hope to involve the entire community in its growth and success.” Find vacancies here.

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