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Freeport status for The Humber would be a “game-changer”

The Humber region is an ideal location for a new UK Freeport thanks to its superb multi-modal transport infrastructure, its first-class labour force and its plentiful supply of development land, according to leading Yorkshire developers Sterling Capitol. Paul Beckett, head of development at Sterling Capitol, said: “The granting of Freeport status

Head of operations appointed by O&H Vehicle Technology

Yorkshire-based O&H Vehicle Technology has appointed a head of operations – in a newly-created position – to drive efficiency, strategy and culture; ahead of a period of imminent growth. Mark Gresty joins O&H at a pivotal point in its 30-year history. Synonymous with the UK’s emergency services vehicle sector, the manufacturer

Goole “fast becoming a Humber Region success story” – Sterling Capitol

The importance of Goole as a strategic employment and logistics location has been highlighted by the recent decisions of ARC Applied Sciences and Croda International to move to Goole 36 Business Park. These moves come hard on the heels of Siemens announcing it will base its new £200 million train manufacturing

The oldest hotel in the UK seeks new owner

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has brought to the market The Lowther Hotel and The Drake Inn, both located in the heart of the historic town of Goole, in East Yorkshire. The Grade II listed Lowther Hotel was built in 1824, operating as a hotel since its inception. It

Saint-Gobain site successfully energised by high-voltage specialist Smith Brothers

Power engineering contractor Smith Brothers has completed a large-scale assignment to connect the Saint-Gobain Glass manufacturing facility in Eggborough, Goole, to the grid. Saint-Gobain – Europe’s leading flat glass producer – appointed the Independent Connection Provider (ICP) to upgrade the HV system and handle all electrical and civil engineering works to

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