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Greencore To Recruit 100 New Staff In Hatfield

05 January 2016

Leading international convenience food producer Greencore is planning to recruit 100 new staff at its distribution depot in Hatfield Business Park.

Following the opening of its new modern distribution facility in Hatfield in November, Greencore has announced its intention to recruit 100 new staff at the depot. The extra demand is driven by a new customer win for Greencore and will bring the total number of employees at the site to over 170. In particular, Greencore is looking to take on warehouse staff, LGV and van drivers as well as multiple management roles.

It is not only Hatfield that will benefit from this boost. Greencore has announced that it expects to take on a further 150 at its other depots in early 2016, specifically at its northern distribution hub at Manton Wood, Nottinghamshire.

Commenting on the news, Steve Evans, Managing Director for Operations at Greencore Food to Go said:

“We are delighted to be able to offer so many opportunities. This new facility, together with the additional customer volume provides an excellent strategic platform for our future growth, and we’re looking for people to join Greencore and be part of our success.”

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