Agricultural machinery manufacturer seeks recruits for new warehouse

Kidderminster is to benefit from 50 new manufacturing jobs.

The Kidderminster Shuttle reports this is due to Bepco Group and TVH UK’s plans to open a new warehouse in Zortech Avenue, not far from Bepco’s existing site in Hartlebury, to the South of Kidderminster. It will hold more than 70,000 replacement parts for tractors, farm machinery and forklift applications.

Bepco, a global supplier of parts and accessories for agricultural machinery, says the new warehouse will create up to 50 jobs, with construction work set to start soon ahead of the new warehouse’s opening within a year.

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