New jobs for Deeside as document management company expands into region
A Northumberland-based document management company is expanding its operations in Wales with a new facility on Deeside Enterprise Zone.
Cleardata UK Ltd has acquired a 1.8 acre site from the Welsh Government at Hawarden Business Park, where it is investing £1.5m in the construction of new offices and warehouses.
The investment, which is supported by a £304,000 Property Development Grant, will create 18 new jobs and safeguard a further three.
The company currently has a small regional office in Broughton, Flintshire where it employs 3 staff and it is this operation that will expand thanks to the support from the Welsh Government.
Cleardata operates in a secure environment and its document management, scanning and archive storage facilities are purpose built and protected by enhanced fire detection systems, water detection and biometric finger print entry systems.
The new facility on Hawarden Business Park will include an 18,000 sq. ft. warehouse and 4,000 sq. ft. office and will be built to the same stringent specifications, with work already underway.
Cleardata Managing Director, David Bryce.
“I am delighted we have taken the decision to expand in Wales, creating inward investment into the region.
The expansion will support economic and employment growth through the creation of exciting new job opportunities within the area.
Our business also needs to train and recruit new members of staff for varied roles within the organisation” Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com