May 19, 2009
conservatories maker axes a further 17 jobs
conservatory company in Highbridge has this week announced it
is to shed a further 17 jobs as the recession bites.
first reported in January
that David Salisbury Conservatories, which is based on the Isleport
Business Park, had shed 19 jobs after suffering a drop in orders.
the company has confirmed that another 17 jobs are to go - twelve
of whom are on the shop floor, with five others among general
site staff and administration jobs.
in 1984, the company opened its purpose-built factory in 2002
as part of an investment programme in excess of £1 million
that included introducing a modern joinery line.