Double-glazing firm Anglian Home Improvements has hailed one of its longest-serving staff members who has remained at the company for four decades.

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Factory manager Andy Mobbs was celebrated for “his experience and commitment” during an awards ceremony in Norwich.

Mr Mobbs was one of three employees awarded for their service, with Greg White and Trevor Wilson also picking up accolades for completing four decades with the company.

“Anglian has been a huge part of my life and the industry has been through some radical changes during my time here,” Mr Mobbs said.

“We’ve always been at the forefront in terms of innovation – one of my career highlights so far was being part of the project team that installed the state-of-the-art Fast Track manufacturing system back in the early nineties.”

The event, held at the Holiday Inn at Norwich Airport, celebrated 24 employees whose combined service totalled 750 years.

Each person was presented with a plaque for their loyal service.

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  • Morally interesting this - should he retire and let someone else have a go and therefore help unemployment. Or should older people work as long as they like, as they are now, protected by EU legislation.

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    oldowl

    Thursday, December 13, 2012

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