It used to be a great place to work when it was Abbey Corrugated, not so much anymore.
The hours are long and tiresome, especially on the machine itself. Parts and maintenance aren't carried out or replaced enough, meaning half your time is spent battling uphill to achieve anything.
Constantly have to pester management for anything holiday, overtime or pay related as their is no longer designated HR.
The pay is good for the job, one of the best around, unfortunately this means most employees feel committed and stuck to what they are doing and fear leaving or change. There's only a 45 min break allowance on a 12 hour shift and for how strenuous and hot and bothered you can get, this isn't enough downtime to feel relaxed at work. Expect to feel pressure and stress as part of your daily work life.
If you're after decent money for straight forward work, come here, but don't expect decent treatment. Progression seems to only come for friends of friends and not based on skills or ideas.
Decent amount of time off work
Long hours, hard work on corrugators, lack of tools and equipment