Royal Mail creates 700 jobs in North-west
Saturday 07 June 1997
Royal Mail is to create more than 700 jobs at a sorting centre at Crewe in Cheshire. The pounds 10.5m complex will open in 1999 and will handle a predicted doubling in mail over 10 years in the North-west. The scheme is part of a pounds 64m Royal Mail investment in the region. Ken Barker, Royal Mail general manager, said: "By expanding now we will secure the future of the business and safeguard the interests of our 20,000 employees in the North-west."
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