UK – The manufacturer of press tools and components for the automotive and aerospace industries has created eight new jobs at its facility in Rowley Regis, including roles for toolmakers and machinists. The move follows the development of stronger trade relations with non-UK customers.

“Two-thirds of our revenue in the last two years has been from the continent, meaning many of the products we manufacture end up being exported from our headquarters across the Channel,” explained Neil Clifton, managing director, Cube Precision Engineering.

The company currently has an annual turnover of £4.5m ($5.6m) and its automotive clients include Peugeot and Volkswagen.