A North East-based engineering firm are to move to new premises resulting in the creation of more than 25 new jobs as part of a £2.5 million investment.
Dyer Engineering is moving to a new location in County Durham in order to increase its production capacity and to meet increased demand for its manufacturing and fabrication services from the Gas and Oil industries.
The expansion and new manufacturing facility is part of a £2.5 million investment programme, which includes over £650k grant from the Regional Growth Fund.
The new facility is to be used alongside its current site, where it will be utilised for the production of larger, bespoke fabrications, as well as offering new offices and meeting spaces
Graeme Parkins, Managing Director of Dyer Engineering, said: “We have found a site which really meets our present and future needs.
“These premises will support our plans, allowing space to continue growing and serving our existing and new clients.
“We see a bright future, working with the offshore sector to achieve growth and create jobs, here in County Durham.”