Our Mission

To engage with companies who have a continuous manufacturing process, then work proactively with application experts to improve their uptime, processes and energy efficiency. 

Current Vacancies


Fluid Power Manager

Role summary

  • To manage the continued growth of the Fluid Power function within AFC in line with agreed company objectives.
  • To lead the continuing integration of fluid power products into the company culture to ensure they are viewed as core products by all departments and branches.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

Working to the Technical Services Manager at part of the Tech Team, the Fluid Power Manager has the opportunity to plan his/her day to day work within the parameters set out below:

Management of the Fluid Power function

  • To lead, motivate and develop a strong Fluid Power offering to the business in accordance with agreed company objectives.
  • To provide regular key updates on the performance of Fluid Power
  • To formulate and monitor a business plan, detailing targets for each branch and areas of investment required

This role includes the following benefits, amongst others:

  • Competitive salary and bonus scheme
  • Company car
  • 25-day annual leave plus bank holidays

If you would like a job description or further information for any of the above roles, please contact Diane Cushing, HR & H & S Manager- diane.cushing@antifriction.co.uk. Or if you would like to apply for any of the above roles, or express your interest in working for Antifriction, please fill out the form below.



    Area of interest*

    SalesLogisticsAdministrationCustomer ServiceOthers

    Region of interest*

    ScotlandNorthern IrelandNorth WalesSouth WalesNorth EastNorth WestYorkshire and the HumberWest MidlandsEast MidlandsSouth WestSouth EastEast of EnglandGreater London

    Our Values

    Our staff are a key asset and we encourage all forms of staff development.  Many of our senior staff have progressed within the business and we actively support internal promotions.

    Friendly, open culture where staff help shape the business

    We actively seek and act on staff feedback and welcome constructive challenge from our employees.  We run a bi-annual staff survey, together with an ongoing staff suggestion scheme.  Many of our staff benefits have been shaped by ideas from our workforce.


     22 days annual leave, rising in increments to 27 days

      • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
      • Paid sick leave (depending on length of service)
      • Bonus schemes
      • Dress down Fridays
      • Staff rewards for key suggestions, cost saving ideas
      • Birthday cards and vouchers
      • Pizza Friday once a month
      • Free tea & coffee
      • Free parking on all of our sites
      • Long service awards

    History of Antifriction Components Ltd

    We supply critical machine parts and have done so in the UK for over 45 years.  We have developed over the years into the business we have now become which prides itself on our excellent stocks, knowledgeable staff and good UK geographic footprint.

    1976                Company was established

    2011                Acquired by Gruppo Bianchi - part of a family owned business who have been established in Europe since 1921

    2020                Acquired BRT Industrial to create the current footprint across the UK

    We seek excellence.

    Antifriction employees represent our most precious resource.

    We all have a strong sense of belonging, and have been striving every day to improve together for 100 years, to ensure the success of the company.

    Tradition, innovation, passion and excellence are our core values. Apply to join us if you would like to share in all of this.