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Four job vacancies including two apprenticeships as business moves to larger unit in Cwmbran

An engineering company that has ‘expanded and grown’ since moving to Torfaen, has moved to larger premises in Cwmbran.

Rotamec has three other sites in England. It opened in Wales in 2018 after taking over a business called Pontypool Rewinds, and employs 89 people across the sites. Now six years later, the business has moved from Mamhilad to larger premises on Springvale Industrial Estate and has four job vacancies, two apprentices, one area sales manager, and a sales administrator.

guests at the opening of Rotamec in Cwmbran
Inside Rotamec’s new home in Cwmbran (Photo: Rotamec(

Rotamec specialises in the repair and sourcing of pumps, motors, gearboxes, generators, and power transmission components. Once the four vacancies are roles are filled there will be 13 staff in Cwmbran.

Nick Thomas-Symonds, Torfaen MP. cuts the ribbon to open Rotamec in Cwmbran (Photo: Rotamec)

Nick Thomas-Symonds, Torfaen MP, cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony on Friday 19 January. He said: “It is a privilege to open Rotamec’s new facility in Springvale Industrial Estate. Rotamec are a successful and important employer here in Torfaen, and I am delighted to see their success and growth. Our local manufacturing firms are so important to the economy in Torfaen, bringing jobs and investment to the area. I look forward to seeing the company go from strength to strength in their new premises.”

Paul Pearce, Rotamec’s group sales  and operations director, said:  “Our vision for the branch is to create numerous new career opportunities and apprenticeships, securing our future in engineering and further enhancing our 24/7 365 service portfolio and offering.

“The Opening of the new branch is an extremely proud moment for the Board of Directors at Rotamec and especially Rotamec Group’s Managing Director, Simon Brooks, the founder and visionary behind the continued investment and growth of Rotamec.”

WATCH this video from the opening of Rotamec in Cwmbran

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Four job vacancies including two apprenticeships as business moves to larger unit in Cwmbran

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Rotamec staff at their new unit in Cwmbran