Caroline Flint welcomed new jobs in Dunscrfott his week, when the campaigning MP for Don Valley opened the new offices of Promanex Construction and Maintenance, after a £500,000 investment in the site.
LEFT: HATS OFF TO PROMANEX. Caroline with managing Director, Rob Flinn at the new HQ in Dunscroft.
Said Caroline: “It is always rewarding to see firms investing in Doncaster and the decision by Promanex to move their UK operational HQ to Dunscroft is a huge boost for local employment. This area is being seen by a growing number of firms as a strategic location. Promanex has grown dramatically in recent years. They employ highly skilled staff. 80% of the 200 people they will employ here come from Dunscroft and the surrounding areas.
“Promanex are a leading company in the construction, installation and maintenance of complex industrial plant and equipment. Their location in Dunscroft places them close to a range of sites involved in power generation and engineering from South Yorkshire, the Humber and Nottinghamshire.”
WELCOMING NEW JOBS: eft to right Cllr Beryl Harrison, developer Pete Thompson of Dantom Homes, Cllr Ken Knight, Caroline Flint MP, MD of Promanex Rob Flinn, Cllr Linda Curran and Jamie Moore of Donatom Homes.