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A career at Webtec doesn’t mean waiting to get your boss’s job!

At Webtec, we are a team of about 70 employees spread across six countries with the majority based in the UK. We have expertise across the team covering areas as diverse as Business Development to Graphic Design, Sales to Business Administration, Human Resources to H&S, Manufacturing to Finance, Research and Development to IT and Automation. A career at Webtec means an opportunity to broaden your knowledge, experience working in new areas to create your own niche and have fun doing it.

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For more than 55 years Webtec has been trusted by thousands of companies worldwide to supply rugged hydraulic measurement and control products to improve the productivity of heavy machinery.

Webtec’s philosophy differs from other manufacturers in the fluid power industry. We call our 4-step approach, Make it Blue®

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Fluid power is a term describing hydraulics and pneumatics technologies. Both technologies use a fluid (liquid or gas) to transmit power from one location to another. With hydraulics, the fluid is a liquid (usually oil), whereas pneumatics uses a gas (usually compressed air) (NFPA definition).

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Why not come Make it Blue® today!

Looking for an interesting career with a local international manufacturing company?

Webtec are specialist manufacturers of hydraulic measurement and control products helping to improve the productivity of heavy machinery and proud to be awarded ‘Investors in People Silver’ in 2020. 

We have R&D, Manufacturing, IT, Service, Finance, Sales and Marketing based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire together with subsidiary companies in the USA, Germany and Hong Kong offering lots of room to grow your career.

Webtec’s Vision is to believe in being better than we are today, striving to constantly improve, and inspiring others to enjoy the challenges that engineering brings.

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Find out more about our past and present apprentices