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Hilton firm looks to create 50 roles

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: July 02, 2014

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A SOUTH Derbyshire firm is looking to recruit 50 new members of staff on the back of two years of growth.

NR Evans Temperature Controlled Distribution, based at Hilton, is on the lookout for new workers in the area after revealing that business had grown by 45 per cent in the past 24 months.

Now, the firm is looking to fill 50 roles for Class 1 HGV drivers, as well as other positions in the future, after securing several new contracts in the area.

A spokesman for the firm said: “Our business has grown in excess of 45 per cent over the last 24 months, and has seen considerable investment into the local employment arena.

“We have currently won some new and exciting business locally which require us to recruit more than 50 positions for Class 1 HGV drivers initially, which will be supported by other supervisory planning and managements roles within our business, once this is under way

“We have 120 vehicles operating from our Hilton site.

“The new roles would be full-time and are based around helping people carve out a career in logistics.

“We work 24/7 and offer a range of shift patterns to accommodate people and their home lives.”

The firm operates in the temperature-controlled logistics business and has several sites up and down the country.

It is one of the 10 biggest temperature-controlled distribution companies in the UK, delivering more than £500 million of chilled products annually.

A spokesman for the firm said: “We hope there are roles for people in our firm and would encourage interested people to get in touch.

“We feel that this is a great boost for the area.”

More information about the firm, or the jobs on offer, is available by heading online to www.nrevans.co.uk/Recruitment or by calling Alan Dudgeon on 07748 657622.

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