In 1985 Gorbachev became the de facto leader of the Soviet Union, ‘Live Aid’ took the world by storm, Windows 1.0 was released, and ‘Back to the Future’ appeared at the cinema. At Joseph Ash Galvanizing, this is also the year that Mohammed Zamen joined our company! Fast forward three decades later and we’re pleased to report that Mohammed is still here, as part of the Joseph Ash family.
Mohammed joined Joseph Ash Walsall in 1985 and has worked in ‘Pickling’ roles within the plant, where incoming steel is pickled in dilute hydrochloric acid to remove all rust and mill scale from the steel surface prior to hot dip galvanizing.
He is a popular member of the team, and, as stated by Charlie Singh at Joseph Ash Walsall, “Mohammed has been very hard working, a loyal employee and an example to all”.
Steven Hopkins – Joseph Ash Galvanizing’s MD – and some Walsall colleagues were recently on hand to give Mohammed a long-time service award.
Three decades is a great achievement.
Well done Mohammed!Next page