A Greater Manchester based construction plant specialist has unveiled a growth plan that will increase the chain of depots across the UK, creating significant numbers of new jobs.
Garic, based in Bury, plans to double its turnover to up to £37 million within the next three years, due to current investment and growth opportunities.
The company has said that during the growth strategy planned it expects to see its workforce expand significantly, which has already started with restructuring its sales team.
Garic provide mobile welfare solutions, including fuel storage bowsers and storage cabins, to the construction, road, rail and housing sectors and have expanded into non construction sectors. This summer the company supplied Glastonbury Festival with a number of its fuel storage bowsers to ensure the show was kept up and running.
Peter Bibby, the managing director of Garic, said: “The new company structure will enable us to drive sales through the greater promotion and awareness of our products to prospective customers and advise them of new ones coming to fruition”
“We enjoy significant brand strength in our sector but we are keen to cement our position not just within core territories such as house building but in other areas such as demolition, road building, quarrying and rail where there is evidence of a demand for our products.”