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Clark Door Limited’s Official Research & Development Centre Opening

Clark Door Limited, a leading manufacturer of special purpose door systems based in Carlisle, last week officially opened its doors to its new £3 million research & development centre. The state-of-the-art testing facility began construction in 2019, benefitting from the support of the Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (Cumbria LEP) and was designed to meet the needs of both Clark Door’s...

Inspiring the next generation of apprentices

Clark Door attended the inaugural Talent Connect event in Carlisle city centre on Saturday 21st September, launched by John Stevenson MP. The day-long event was designed to bring young people together in one place so that they can get inspired, discover high-profile career opportunities, take a different look at learning, and get involved in creating a bright future for themselves...

Flying the Flag Finalists

Clark Door welcomed Henri Murison, Director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership and Luke Dicicco, Group Business Editor of Newsquest in their role as in-Cumbria Business Awards judges. Henri, a self-confessed fan of visiting manufacturing facilities, wanted to get straight out onto the shop floor to see how our specialist high performance doors are made before they are shipped to UK...

Clark Door Give a Day to the City

First year Clark Door mechanical craft apprentices Adam Johnston and Jamie McClean, supervisor Tim Fisher, and Operations and Supply Chain Manager Adam Wharton lent a hand to this year’s Give a Day to the City community project.  Their job was to refurbish a disused outbuilding at 108 Mealbank by cladding walls, making and installing a work bench, fixing racking...

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