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Wiltshire technology firm Dyson has announced a further expansion of its Malmesbury site, creating a further 3,000 jobs. The firm's founder Sir James Dyson has also pledged to invest a further billion in developing a hundred new products over the next four years.
The company will also increase production at its manufacturing plants in Singapore and Malaysia, and extend a research programme in universities.
This is in addition to a previously announced plan for a £250 million campus expansion at its Malmesbury site, creating three thousand jobs.
We must relentlessly invent - that's why we are investing in our research footprint here in the UK and investing in our manufacturing capabilities in South East Asia.
Sir James has also revealed that he would vote to leave the EU, saying Germany is too dominant.
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Wiltshire based Dyson will today be submitting plans for a £250 million pound expansion.The plans for the factory based in Malmesbury would create 3,000 jobs with the first of the new development facilities aiming to be open by 2016.
The plans are being backed by the local council but some people living in the area are concerned it could lead to major traffic.
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Wiltshire-based firm Dyson has reported a 19% rise in profits. It says long term investment in digital motors and new cordless vacuum technology fuelled sales and pushed turnover to £1.2bn in 2012
Now the company is looking to recruit 650 staff, increasing its engineers by 45%.
It says half of them will be recent graduates. They will work on developing smaller gadgets.
“We are growing because of continuing robust investment in research and development. We have been developing Dyson digital motors in Malmesbury for 15 years and we are now harnessing them to make smaller, more efficient machines.
It is powerful technology which sits at the heart of our 25 year pipeline of invention for Dyson.”
Wiltshire-based company Dyson is looking to recruit 650 new staff. The firm, which has its headquarters in Malmesbury, is looking for engineers to work work on developing smaller gadgets such as cordless vacuum cleaners and hand driers.
250 of the new recruits would be based in the UK.
The firm is celebrating a good year - profits have risen 19% - to £364 million.
Dyson is focusing its contact centre capacity on the peak periods, to ensure we have the support available when our owners need it most. _
Following a consultation, fewer than half of Dyson’s Wiltshire-based customer care team is having their contracted weekly hours reduced by 90 minutes to bring them in line with our standard 39 hour week.
They still have the opportunity to work overtime and work towards targets and incentives that make up – or even exceed – those 90 minutes.
Unions have criticised plans by the Wiltshire-based vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson to cut the hours of call centre workers. It wants to reduce the working week from 41 to 39 hours but it's claimed that will mean a 20% loss in wages.