The arrival of two new companies will bring a jobs boost to Humber Green Port Corridor Enterprise Zone.
Aerospace components manufacturer, Supercraft, has just moved on to the Zone and is looking to recruit up to 50 additional workers over the next two years.
It has already recruited a number of former BAE workers who left the defence giant as part of its recent redundancy programme.
Sales director Paul Barber said:
“The business is growing all the time and we are looking forward to using the wealth of experience in aerospace manufacturing at Brough to continue this growth.”
Keith Saunders, the founder of Black Cat Homes, said the company had outgrown its South Cave office.
“The Enterprise Zone offers us the opportunity to move into much better facilities,” he said.
“The house-building industry will be part of the solution to delivering growth for our economy and we want to play a big part in that.”
The new arrivals join manufacturer Cablescan which moved on to the site last December. Since moving onto the site its workforce has increased from 40 to 70, and the company is now looking to create more jobs on the back of continued growth.
For more information on Humber Green Port Corridor Enterprise Zone see: http://www.humberlep.org/business-support/enterprise-zone.