BRONZE for Ceejays

April 2017

Tony Bell of FASSI T-crane / car recovery specialist Ceejay Systems has achieved BRONZE engineer

Tony served his apprenticeship as a design engineer gaining ONC’S in fabrication, welding and mechanical engineering. Following on from the ONC he gained a HNC in mechanical engineering. In 1988 he took over the running of Nevil’s Hydraulics where he started his involvement with loader cranes. Then In 1990 Tony left Nevil’s and went to work for CeeJay systems taking the post of general manager overseeing and working on the installation of cranes and the construction of recovery vehicles. Tony is currently busy with moving CeeJay Systems  to a new 31 acre site with 50,000 Sq foot of workshop space and large outdoor areas for crane setup and testing.  

The FASSI training academy is a structured training and coaching program leading to Bronze, Silver and Gold skills accreditation once the necessary skills have been demonstrated. It represents an investment in the independent crane installation, service & repair sector of which FASSI UK, through our authorised network, is the most vigorous supporter & promoter amongst the major manufacturers. There are 87 engineers enrolled in the FASSI training academy nationally.        

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