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Why Choose Us?

With over 30 years of experience in the industry, we are proud to be market leaders in the supply, design, and manufacture of Bespoke Fabrications, EWI Render Beads, and Profile Solutions. As an independent, family-owned business based in the UK, we have built our reputation on a foundation of quality, reliability and innovation.

Who We Are and Why Choose to Join Our Team?

At Trueline Products, we are more than just a manufacturing company – we are a family. Our core values revolve around family principles, where every member of our team is valued and respected. As a Living Wage Employer, we prioritise the well-being of our employees, ensuring fair compensation and a supportive work environment. By joining our team, you become part of a community that values personal growth, career development, and mutual support.

Our Story

Founded over three decades ago, Trueline Products began as a humble endeavor driven by passion and determination. Today, we stand as a testament to our commitment to excellence and innovation in the construction industry. Our journey has been marked by resilience, adaptability, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. As we continue to grow and diversify our product range, we invite you to be a part of our story and contribute to our legacy of success.

Our Mission

At Trueline Products, our mission is simple – to be the preferred choice for innovative manufacturing solutions. We strive to exceed expectations, deliver exceptional quality, and drive positive change in the industry. By fostering a culture of creativity, collaboration, and continuous improvement, we aim to inspire excellence in everything we do.

Why Us

Joining Trueline Products means being part of a dynamic and forward-thinking team. We offer opportunities for personal and professional development, with a focus on training, mentorship, and growth. Our commitment to employee well-being extends beyond the workplace, as we actively support local charities, organise team events, and provide fundraising opportunities. With state-of-the-art machinery, ISO accreditation, and a supportive environment, Trueline Products is the ideal place to thrive and succeed.

About You

Are you passionate about manufacturing, innovation, and technology? Do you thrive in a collaborative and growth-oriented environment? If so, we want to hear from you! At Trueline Products, we value diversity, creativity, and dedication. Whether you’re an experienced professional, a recent graduate, or looking to become an apprentice to learn first-hand and grow within the industry, there’s a place for you in our team.
Join us and become part of a company that values your unique talents, supports your ambitions, and rewards your contributions.

Join Our Team

If you’re ready to take the next step in your career and be part of a winning team, we encourage you to apply today. Together, we can build a brighter future and shape the world of manufacturing.

Hear What Our Team Have to Say

Joel – Laser & Punch Operative

Charlie – Business Support Coordinator

Nial – CAD / CAM Programmer

Johnathon – Brake Press Team Leader

Due to growth and ambition, we are seeking a driven and successful individual to join our team as a Laser Sales Manager. We want to develop our products in new markets! We want you to help us find our place in those markets!

You will develop a whole new product range (making use of our Amada Laser machine), to establish our client base and then to manage and grow them.

There is the scope and opportunity to truly make this area your own!

The Role

You have the opportunity to shape this role as you see best!

Key Responsibilities:


  • Source and manage new clients. How you do this is your decision, whatever you consider to the most effective way.
  • Process quotes, receive orders, and manage the programming and nesting of the laser.
  • Utilise AutoCAD to read, interpret, and design products in 3D modelling using SolidWorks and SigmaNEST or similar softwares.
  • Programme CNC machine tools and laser cutters, creating technical drawings and programmes for manufacture.
  • Develop this area of our business, making it your own and growing our market presence.
  • Adapt to different working environments, from the programming office to customer meetings to the shop floor.

About You

People who are innovative, driven, and adaptability are the heart of our success.

Qualifications / Experience Required


  • Ideally you must have experience in a similar sales capacity within the Laser industry, preferably from a laser cutting background.
  • Proven experience in flat laser operation is essential.
  • Proficiency in AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and SigmaNEST or similar software.
  • Ability to interpret customer designs and create technical drawings and programmes
    for manufacture.
  • Strong networking and sales skills, with the ability to source and manage accounts
  • Driven and adaptable, able to thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
  • Capability to build and lead a team as this aspect of the business grows.


  • Competitive salary.
  • Bonus.
  • Opportunities for career growth and advancement.
  • Dynamic and innovative work environment.
  • Supportive team culture.

If you are a motivated individual with the experience and drive to develop our product offerings and grow with our company, we want to hear from you!

Please submit your CV detailing your relevant experience and why you are the ideal candidate for this role.

Position – Laser Sales Manager
Reporting To – Commercial Manager
Location – Kidderminster, Worcestershire, this role can be done on a hybrid basis.
Hours of Work – Monday to Thursday, 8am-5pm; Friday, 8am-3pm.
Salary – £40,000 – £50,000 plus bonus

Trueline Products is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals.

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Amada Press Brake Operators and Setters

Job Description:

Working as part of a team, you will be responsible for setting and operating Amada Press Brakes to produce products from drawings.

Key Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Perform Health and safety checks on all guards before each shift
  • Ensure you are using all correct PPE pertaining to the use of the machine and area of work
  • Setting and Operating the machine within the parameters of the user manual
  • Using the FMS tablets to sign on and off work in progress
  • Working closely with the Team Leader on the priority order schedule list
  • Quality inspection checking, of components produced using all calibrated measuring equipment, supplied, highlighting any shortages or non-conformances to your Team Leader
  • Folding and forming various products for the buildings and construction industry using various materials keeping within the drawing tolerances
  • Liaise with the team leader for Moving completed work to the next operation
  • Tool changes to suit material thicknesses and bend radius as per Amada tooling recommendations
  • Complete daily, weekly, and monthly Maintenance of the machine and general housekeeping of the area
  • Working within the Standard Operating procedures of the machine
  • Directly responsible to the Press Team Leader

Essential Criteria / Desirable:

  • Experience in the use of Press Brakes and able to set up machines
  • Attention to detail and ability to read from CAD drawings
  • Ability to react in a fast-paced environment
  • Use of Computer Numerical Control modules
  • Follow all company Quality Control systems
  • Follow all company Health & Safety policies

Physical Requirements:

  • Frequent forward bending, standing, walking, and ability to stand for long periods of time.
  • Ability to meet the criteria for the pulmonary function test
  • Able to perform a repetitive task in current work environment/conditions

Day shift
Mon-Thur 07:30 -16:30
Fri 07:30 – 15:00

Shift Work: Late Shift
Mon-Thur 16:30 – 02:00 

Salary – Competitive Salary

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We have four rolling lines for our expanded metal division, manufacturing beads. Should you have experience operating these machines, please forward your CV immediately.

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As a TIG Welding Fabricator working as part of the Trueline Products team, you will be responsible for joining metal using a variety of techniques to form new structures. Duties will include welding materials according to technical plans and finishing.


  • Prepare required shaped and weld according to plans
  • Effectively operate TIG welder and equipment to fabricate items to customer requirements
  • Use grinder and buffer to smooth and clean as appripopriately proir to and after welding
  • Clean and maintain all equipment and tools
  • Maintain a clean working area
  • Organise all supplies (materials, tools and equipments) required, liaising with appropriate parties
  • Follow Health & Safety Policy and Procedures

Essential Criteria

  • Experience in TIG Welding
  • Attention to detail
  • Carrying out tasks within timeframe
  • Maintain records

Physical Requirments

  • Ability to meet the criteria for the pulmonary function test

Night shift hours are 16:30 – 02:00 Monday to Thursday eve / Friday morning

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Job Brief:

You will be responsible for creating design plans for the building and construction industry. The business has invested significantly in Amada punching and laser machinery which requires a talented and driven individual to liaise with both the operations manager and the production manager to ensure all machinery is used to its best capacity.


  • Read, interpret and design a range of products in 3D modeling using SolidWorks and SigmaNest and DR ABE ( Amada Nesting Software – preferred but not essential )
  • Communicate with Surveyors, Estimators and Production to meet tight deadlines, whilst consistently producing quality documents
  • Experienced in programming CNC machine tools, preferably Laser Cutters or Punching Machines
  • Ability to interpret customer’s designs and then create technical drawings and programs for use in the factory
  • A driven individual who can work under pressure to achieve deadlines
  • Adapting to different working environments; from the programming office to customer meetings to the shop floor.
  • Communicating with management to keep informed of work status and can support production to meet the customer’s requirements.

Essential Criteria:

  • An understanding of sheet metal manufacturing processes
  • Proficient in use of SolidWorks and SigmaNest
  • Ability to identify and problem-solve independently and within a team environment
  • Must have excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication
  • Superior time management abilities and capable of meeting deadlines
  • Must possess team-building skills and communicate with all other departments throughout the organisation
  • Follow Health & Safety Policies & Procedures
  • Full training provided on CAD & CM packages used by Trueline

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