As part of major investments that will secure the‘s long-term future, Erwin , a and , is creating 200 jobs at its County Durham facility, a report said.
Consett’s, which is home to the Elddis and Compass brands, will receive a £ 15M investment in , machinery, and . The ‘s transformation will ensure that the area has employment for the next 15 years.
With more than 500 employees, the Delves Laneis one of the biggest employers in the region. The released its accounts for the year ended July 31, 2020, which showed a turnover exceeding £ 103M.
Although thewas affected by the pandemic and had to be closed for four months, Erwin is now able to resume . He says that the has a strong order book, supported by good market demand.
As fewer peopleabroad during the pandemic, there has been an increase in “staycations”. This has led to increased demand for and caravans from the .
Carol Butts is the HR manager at ErwinGroup. She said that “Whether you’re currently out of work or looking for a new career path, Erwin Group has many opportunities. Our , which is thriving, is the heart of the and is growing in size and success.”
“Everywe build for our customers is helping them to explore the world. This creates an engaging and exciting team spirit in our . We are looking forward to welcoming our new colleagues to our team with Greenbean, our partner in recruitment. We know they will love the unique environment at Erwin Group.”
To fill over 200 positions inand warehouse, the has partnered up with North East outsourcing Greenbean.
Louise Reed, head of client solutions at Greenbean said that she was thrilled to work with such a prestigious.
“This is a very exciting time for Erwin, and we are thrilled to support them in finding great people to build their award-winning .”
The Erwin Thor Industries, the .Group Ltd forms part of the larger, European-wide Erwin Group which is in turn owned by
In 2017, thepurchased Consett. It was previously part of The Explorer Group.