Newburgh Engineering has revealed expansion plans, which include the construction of a 35,000 sq ft production facility adjacent to its existing plant on
The 79-year-old company, which expanded into the south Yorkshire town three years ago, has outgrown its existing premises and the extended plant will enable the company to double its production capabilities.
Newburgh Engineering, a specialist contract manufacturer of component parts and assemblies, was successful in securing European Funding to assist with the construction costs of the new building, which is due for completion in October 2008.
‘We recognised several months ago that we would soon outgrow our existing premises and so the new production facility is vital to support our continued growth and expansion,’ said Vincent Middleton, managing director of Newburgh Engineering.
Over the next few months, the company plans to create at least a dozen new jobs and is actively seeking CNC machinists and skilled engineers.
The company is also working closely with local schools and colleges to give young people experience of working in an engineering environment.