Briggs welcomes the IChemE to our Global Technical Centre

This week at our Global Technical Centre, we hosted members from the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Midlands Member Group (MMG). It was a fantastic opportunity to showcase #LifeAtBriggs.

Our Sales, Engineering, and Manufacturing teams came together to share how they developed a career in Process Engineering delivering a range of projects globally. The members were impressed with the impact we make in producing everything from Whisky to life saving inhalers.

An integral part of the event was the opportunity to hear first-hand from our engineers about their career development journey. These sessions provided invaluable insights into various career paths within the process engineering industry and the unique experiences that have shaped our team members’ professional growth. The MMG also had the opportunity to visit our production areas including our brand-new Pharmaceutical Systems Assembly (PSA) facility.

You can find out more about the IChemE here.

About Briggs of Burton

If you have eaten or drunk it there is a chance that Briggs of Burton has helped to produce it.

Briggs are the engineers behind supplying the equipment, engineering and automation to the world’s largest food, alcoholic beverage, and pharmaceutical manufacturers

Today Briggs employs over 300 colleagues across six sites in the UK, Scotland, USA, Mexico, China, and Australia. The team deliver turnkey engineering projects for leading household brands covering North America, Europe, Central America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Briggs’ benefits from a global network of stainless-steel manufacturing facilities, including their own located in Burton on Trent and Prestonpans, Scotland.

Briggs are actively developing sustainable engineering solutions, focusing on their customer’s requirements towards carbon neutrality. 

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Briggs of Burton welcome the English Whiskey Guild (EWG) to the Global Technical Centre.

Many thanks to the The English Whisky Guild (EWG) for choosing our Global Technical Centre in Burton-Upon-Trent for its inaugural meeting of the Guild’s Founding Associate Members.
It was great to meet up with both the Guild distillery and Associate members to discuss the shape of the English Whisky Industry and opportunities to collaboratively build and grow the sector.

The EWG represents a range of distilleries, both large and small reflecting the industry’s breadth. You can find out more about what they do here.

Along with Briggs, other Founding Associate Members of the EWG include: Ad Gefrin Distillery, East London Liquor Company, Henstone Distillery, The Cotswold Distilling Company, White Peak Distillery, The Lakes Distillery, The Spirit of Manchester, The Oxford Artisan Distillery, Spirit of Yorkshire, Howdens, Ellis IP, Close Brothers, Ranking Cork, Cooper King, and Simpsons Malt.

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Seasons Greetings from Briggs of Burton

With awards, multiple successful project including our first malt whiskey distillery in China and the brand new Pharmaceutical Systems Assembly opening, 2023 has been a great success for Briggs of Burton.

In this season of giving, we’re delighted to announce that Briggs of Burton, is giving back to the communities and charities that matter to us and the people we work with. Our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) underscores the importance of making a positive impact on communities near and far.

In actively engaging in CSR initiatives, we contribute to the well-being of society and set a precedent for the positive role businesses can play in addressing critical issues. Briggs of Burton remains steadfast in its dedication to making a meaningful difference in the communities we serve.

To find out more about the charities we’ve donated to this year please see below:

Community Sponsorship Days

In addition to these festive season donations, we continued to support and encourage our team members to take community sponsorship days, a Briggs initiative which allows our colleagues to use up to three days a year to help the community.

We’re excited to share Yuri and Ed’s stories:

Edward Gould, Global Technical Centre, Burton-Upon-Trent

Edward Gould opted to use his community sponsorship days for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in order to help facilitate collection box distribution across the area. He is a member of the British Legion and provides support to drop off and collect the poppy appeal boxes to enable collection of any donations.

I am one of hundreds of volunteer Poppy Appeal Organisers around the country organising the Poppy Appeal on the ground. All to continue to raise vital funds for the work of the Royal British Legion in providing a lifeline for serving and ex-serving personnel and their families. -Edward

We’re happy to share that Yuri’s community sponsorship day was a success.

The people and the children there were so happy for the donation! -Yuri

Yuri Belen applied to the community sponsorship for support of a local not for profit organisation that helps to support families in times of need. The program allowed for $500 USD to be donated in September in order to purchase food for their food bank. Find out more about what Nariz Roja do here.

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