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Scott Group Management to Build New Timberline Plant at Acacia Industry Park | L’Express Armidale

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A family-owned Armidale-based bathroom furniture and modular home manufacturing company has received $ 1.44 million in state government support to undertake an ambitious expansion of its operations and create more local jobs, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall recently announced the regional government job creation grant. Funds. Mr Marshall said the grant would help Scott Group Management, owner of Uniplan Group and Timberline Bathroom Products, build a new facility and purchase the equipment needed to execute more retail supply contracts nationwide. Also read: “This project will give a huge boost to Armidale’s economy and job market, creating 72 new full-time jobs for the city,” Marshall said. “Timberline’s reputation for quality is growing at a rapid pace with national contracts. “The Scott Group will use these funds to build a larger manufacturing facility with additional office space to accommodate its growth. “It will move machinery and make an initial investment in automation equipment and control systems for a future new manufacturing line, to help it meet the growing demand for bathroom furniture. , is breathtaking as production goes from 180 to around 350 bathroom furniture per day. The Scott Group expects it will increase its manufacturing capacity by 75% over three years, helping it secure new supply agreements with retailers. “Timberline bathroom products are a real success story and Armidale should expect the benefits that its success brings to the local economy, both in the form of employment opportunities and investment in the local community. Said Mr. Marshall. This year, the Regional Job Creation Fund has already provided $ 6.82 million for projects in Armidale and Inverell, which will create more than 340 new local jobs. for the regional NSW, Paul Toole said the $ 130 million Regional Job Creation Fund aims to create more than 6,500 new direct jobs in the regional NSW by providing incentives to expand and maintain operations in the areas regional. “Innovation is the backbone of our economy and helping companies like the Scott Group to expand their operations stimulates local and regional economies, strengthens livelihoods and increases local employment opportunities,” said Mr. Toole. “Setting up businesses to be successful helps the local community grow and new jobs mean more people are earning and spending their wages in local shops, cafes and restaurants and on local goods and services. The Regional Job Creation Fund supports eligible businesses with grants to purchase new equipment, expand facilities, acquire technology, create new production lines or establish businesses in the NSW area. The first round of the Regional Job Creation Fund is now closed. A second round will open in early 2022. Our reporters are working hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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