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Jack looking towards future with ORECO

By Angela Norval - Bundaberg Today

Given that the ORECO Group’s manufacturing history spans 50 years and is continually aiming to pave the way with innovative technology, creating a solid foundation for future growth within the Australian agricultural and horticultural industry, it is easy to see why this business continues to be a welcome addition to Isis Central.

The ORECO Group apprentice electrician Jack Morris is pleased with what he has learnt as part of this strong organisation.

From farm to finished product, the mission of the ORECO Group is to source eco-friendly, recycled sustainable and natural materials that produce the cleanest and highest quality garden and animal care products in the world.

Strong relationships with other progressive industry leaders not only ensures their strength as a company but also supports the community in which they’re established ensuring the future opportunities for employees in the region are endless.

Like other industries, the ORECO Group is working hard at attempting to maintain a strong workforce in a time of uncertainty for organisations.

One of those stand out employees is apprentice electrician Jack Morris who has been with the ORECO Group for two years.

For Jack, he said he was proud to be part of an organisation that was striving to create new products while being innovative about how it was created.

“I’m also proud to be part of a team where I am given the opportunity to learn from tradesman from all different backgrounds and given the opportunity to experiment, challenge how I think and improve my skillset,” he said.

“Through working for the ORECO Group I have had the opportunity to work with some of the newest automation technology alongside tradesman that care about my learning.

“Even though the company is quite large, the work culture is well supported in the way that we are all close, know each other well and we are able to work together as a team.”

For Jack, he is looking forward to finishing his trade apprenticeship then continuing his career in the electrical industry, hopefully working with the ORECO Group and seeing where the trade leads him.

Originally Published: 25/12/2022 "Jack looking towards future with strong local company",

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