Increase in demand for remanufactured diesel engines

The increase in demand for remanufactured diesel engines has prompted Manchester-based Horbick Diesels, part of the CPC Group, to move to larger premises and to expand its workforce. The company has moved to a new factory in Eccles which has double the floor space of its previous premises in nearby Swinton. Horbick Diesels, which remanufactures […]

The increase in demand for remanufactured diesel engines has prompted Manchester-based Horbick Diesels, part of the CPC Group, to move to larger premises and to expand its workforce. The company has moved to a new factory in Eccles which has double the floor space of its previous premises in nearby Swinton. Horbick Diesels, which remanufactures a range of engines from short motors to full engines, supplies the HGV, plant, marine, public transport and small car sectors. The CPC Group was formed after a management buy-out from specialist engineering group Cunliffe Whittam Holdings. CPC has a turnover of £13m and employs 330 people.