Engineering firm to open ‘superbranch’

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ENGINEERING maintenance and repair company ERIKS is launching a ‘superbranch’ in Leeds next month.

The company will be bringing together two of its existing sites - its Core Competence Centre and Electro Mechanical Service Centre - in the city.

The 15,000 square foot ‘superbranch’ will create a number of new job opportunities.

The distribution service at the new centre will launch on October 3, with the repairs and maintenance operation following later in the month.

Bob Taylor, manager of the Electro Mechanical Service Centre, said: “The new site means larger premises, greater opportunities, more capability and an increased level of service for all our local customers.”

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