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05-Nov-2019 01:01

The 21,000sqm depot, which has a 10-year lease, will be fully operational by July.

It is on M&G Real Estate’s Logistics 225 unit at Harworth Group’s flagship Logistics North development, the seventh new company to move into the development in the past three years.

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The UK’s second largest postal services provider will be relocating its 370-staff Leeds and Warrington operations, both of which were housed in premises that were coming to the end of their leases. Employees at the former Warrington and Leeds sites are in consultation and being given the opportunity to take jobs at the new depot, and a local recruitment exercise in conjunction with Bolton Council will begin in March.

Bolton Council leader Cliff Morris said the news is great for local people and will be of “tremendous benefit to our town and residents”.

Bradley admitted that the upheaval had caused some production issues, which had resulted in negative customer feedback.

“We had a few issues, but we have rectified them,” he said. We hope to have a disruption-free 2019.”Bradley asserted that the group, which has sales of around £14m and employs 95 staff, remained profitable and intended to remain that way.“We made a profit last year and are planning on making one next year as well,” he stated.

Bradley said the business is in the process of relocating a five-colour Speedmaster SX74 with coater from its Mannin Group subsidiary in the Isle of Man to Belfast, while Mannin will add to its digital printing capabilities with a new HP Indigo 7900.

A B2 HP Indigo 10000 has just been installed at the Belfast site, which Bradley said was the first machine of its type in Northern Ireland.

Bolton Council leader Cliff Morris said the news is great for local people and will be of “tremendous benefit to our town and residents”.

Bradley admitted that the upheaval had caused some production issues, which had resulted in negative customer feedback.

“We had a few issues, but we have rectified them,” he said. We hope to have a disruption-free 2019.”Bradley asserted that the group, which has sales of around £14m and employs 95 staff, remained profitable and intended to remain that way.“We made a profit last year and are planning on making one next year as well,” he stated.

Bradley said the business is in the process of relocating a five-colour Speedmaster SX74 with coater from its Mannin Group subsidiary in the Isle of Man to Belfast, while Mannin will add to its digital printing capabilities with a new HP Indigo 7900.

A B2 HP Indigo 10000 has just been installed at the Belfast site, which Bradley said was the first machine of its type in Northern Ireland.

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