Confidence high at Carrick Signs following move and promotions
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By Caroline Jones
5 September 2012
Carrick Signs made the move to new premises to cope with increased demand for services like printed doors
The 5,500sq ft (51sq m) unit on Bridge Trading Estate also offers space to increase the company’s existing portfolio of grand-format roll-to-roll machines, in which Carrick Signs confirms it will invest.
In addition to the move, Carrick Signs is welcoming a number of new staff and celebrating promotions within the company. Gill Newton has joined the sign company in accounts, while Jean Bardsley and Ryan Horner both join the dispatch team, with Horner also responsible for quality control. Amanda Roscoe-Enion has been promoted to director, and Tom Jordan is now production manager.
"The move has been one of the best decisions we have made as confidence is high due to a 30 percent increase in sales in 2011-12 on previous year and the first third of 2012-13 running at 37 percent increase on previous year,” explains Carrick Signs managing director Chris Palmer. “The extra staff were essential and we hope to increase staff levels again in the near future on both pre- and post-production areas."
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