Jobs boost as surfacing company moves into town

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A surfacing company is set to create 50 new jobs when it relocates to Leyland next month.

DCM Surfaces & Macadamize is moving into Wigan Road from premises in Leigh.

The firm said it was relocating as it had outgrown its current offices and in particular the warehouse space had become limited.

It added that one of the main reasons it chose Leyland was its excellent road and motorway network.

The firm plans to grow both companies further following the move, bringing number of new job opportunities into the area. It says it is looking forward to working with a number of businesses in the area.

At present it is looking to add to its current teams of installers for both DCM Surfaces and Macadamize, but in addition take on a number of office-based staff, contracts managers and sales staff in order to assist with customer demand and

Steven Roby, owner/managing director, DCM Surfaces and Macadamize, said: “The relocation marks an exciting time for DCM Surfaces and Macadamize Ltd allowing us to bring both businesses under one roof. 

“As a national surfacing contractor, Leyland offers a fantastic road network which is really important to us.

“We are looking to recruit locally for both businesses and continue with our expansion” 

DCM Surfaces specialise in the installation of wet pour safety surfaces, artificial grass, resin bound and resin bonded gravel, flexi-base, self-binding gravel, line markings, tarmacadam and rubber mulch.

Macadamize specialise in tarmacadam surfacing for driveways, car parks, playgrounds, pathways and