A Chinese company has been confirmed as part of a venture that will develop an £800 million business park next to Manchester Airport.
Manchester Airport is having its busiest summer since 2008 as July 2013 saw over 2.2m people passing through the UK’s 3rd largest airport
The first UK airline to run the new Dreamliner planes will finally start operating from Manchester airport.
Logistics firm DHL is to be the first business to open a facility at an Enterprise Zone development at Manchester Airport.
The company, part of Deutsche Post, has signed an agreement to build a logistics hub adjacent to the airport's existing cargo centre.
Chief executive Phil Couchman said: "Our investment in this state of the art facility is reflective of the demand for British-made goods overseas."
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The MP for Manchester Withington, John Leech has welcomed the announcement of an £800 million investment in Manchester Airport.
The investment comes as part of the City Deal policy which invests in business and employment opportunities for large cities outside London.
– John Leech MP for Manchester Withington
This is great news for south Manchester and it is estimated will bring in 16,000 more jobs to the Manchester area.
This reaffirms the government’s commitment to job creation.
The airport city adds to the 60,000 new jobs HS2 will bring to the area and go even further in bridging the North-South divide.
Since 2010 the Liberal Democrats in Government have helped to create 1.4m new private sector jobs in the UK and aim to create a million more by 2015.
A Chinese construction company has been confirmed as part of a venture that will develop an £800 million business park next to Manchester Airport. The scheme, which it's hoped will be completed within the next ten years, could create up to 16,000 jobs in the North West.
The news was announced this morning by Chancellor George Osborne during a visit to Beijing.
A Chinese construction company has been confirmed as part of a group that will build an £800 million business park near Manchester Airport. The scheme could create up to 16,000 jobs.
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