The growth of Scottish Leather Group isn’t slowing down. The Scottish leather group’s management has announced the opening of a new production site in the city of Paisley, where the company already operates a tannery.
Operational within 1 year
According to what reported by online portal leatherbiz.com, Scottish Leather Group’s goal is to make the new site operational before Fall 2020. Inside of this plant, leather destined for the automotive sector will be cut and packaged, requiring the hiring of 100 new employees throughout the next few months. The new workers will be added to the current 800 that the group already employs. According to representatives of the Renfrewshire Council, the Region’s political organism, the new plant could create jobs for 9,000 people. “Scotland is an attractive place for businesses in need of a qualified workforce – comments Derek Mackay, Scotland’s Economic and Labor minister -. Companies such as Scottish leather Group that choose to expand their workforce testify to that”.