The infamous Beast through the East has gotten some unexpected benefits for quite a few, with North Yorkshire manufacturer Econ Engineer reporting an enhancement in orders from its winter maintenance and road repair vehicles resulting in the create of 20 new jobs.
Econ Engineering produces 80% of all salt spreading vehicles attached to the country’s roads, is introducing the full night shift at its Ripon manufacturing base.
The 30 million turnover family organization is currently recruiting for 20 new staff from dramatic upsurge in orders from local authorities and various clients.
Sales Director Andrew Lupton said: “We are boosting output of our iconic Econ snow clearing and pot hole repair vehicles to fulfill the large demand from a customers throughout the UK.
“Councils are now in the operation of patching up and repairing the roads once the ravages of an long cold winter C along with thinking ahead for the purpose next winter is able to bring.
“With orders in general through this time in 2009, we’ve decided to introduce a single night shift at our factory in Ripon and tend to be now seeking a further 20 enthusiastic men and women to work either day shifts or four nights every week with highly competitive rates of pay.”