A new era for factory workers in Hull

Businesses in Hull deliver an annual turnover of almost eight million pounds. Industry in the city is focused on the chemical and healthcare sector, and factory work in Hull is providing excellent employment.

Several well-know British companies, BP, Smith & Nephew, Seven Seas and Reckitt Benkiser, have manufacturing facilities in Hull.

BP's Acetyls site at Saltend, near Hull, is one of the region's biggest industries. The products they make are key to the manufacture of items ranging from plastic drink bottles to clothing.

Saltend is also the site of the companies new 420 million litre per year bio-ethanol refinery. The company operates a job search and application process on the careers page of it's website.

Smith & Nephew in Hull, manufacture a full line of wound management products including skin care, wound care, I.V. site care and surgical wound care. Job seekers can submit their CV's online using the companies website, and can expect to receive confirmation and information regarding vacancies.

Seven Seas is one of the city's biggest employers, employing approximately 300 people. They are the number-one supplier of vitamins, minerals and supplements in the UK. The company actively recruits using recruitment agencies and also advertises vacancies on their website.

Reckitt Benckiser have a major global health care manufacturing plant in Hull, employing over 1000 people. You can search and apply for jobs on the jobpage of the companies website.

Many factories in Hull advertise vacancies on jobsites such as, indeed.co.uk and jobisjob.co.uk. They also advertise with recruitment agencies and newspapers.

With renewed momentum in the manufacturing industry, factory work in Hull can provide people with a secure and rewarding future.

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