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Iceland to recruit 100 new team members for manufacturing business

Iceland’s manufacturing business has announced that it is expanding with the recruitment of almost 100 new team members across three shifts. The move comes as the… View Article

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Iceland to recruit 100 new team members for manufacturing business

Iceland’s manufacturing business has announced that it is expanding with the recruitment of almost 100 new team members across three shifts.

The move comes as the business continues to increase production of Iceland’s own-label range and the exclusive Slimming World range that is available in stores, online and at The Food Warehouse.

Iceland Manufacturing has also been investing in improving the infrastructure at its Manchester site.  This has included the opening of a refurbished canteen in September.

Mark Ditch, managing director at Iceland Manufacturing, said: “We are excited to see our site grow as the Iceland ranges continue to expand. This is an exciting time for us to both recruit new colleagues but also to develop the existing talent we already have and promote from within the business.

“We’ve seen the incredible impact the expansion of Iceland’s own-label ranges has had on our business and this has allowed us not only to grow as a team but also invest in our infrastructure to offer even better staff facilities.”

Iceland operates over 950 stores across the country.

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