LNB Towbars have been in existence since last year, providing a professional service fitting towbars to vehicles, as well as other in-car facilities such as hands free car phone kits, parking sensors and number plates. They have found themselves very busy recently, with new orders coming in all the time.
Jack visited their site at the Fairway Industrial Centre, Golf Course Lane, Filton, to take up several issues that they wanted to raise with him. He has written to a Government Minister to follow these up. The company has taken on two apprentices in the last two years, who are taking advantage of the Government's National Apprenticeship Scheme.
' I was delighted to visit LNB Towbars. I was very pleased to hear that their business is going so well. I was also pleased that they have taken on two apprentices, and I hope that I can get a positive response from the Minister. I wish them all the best with their business in the years ahead.'
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