A specialist manufacturer of road blockers and bollards has today announced a recruitment drive as it gears up for its next phase of growth. Heald Ltd based in Hornsea, East Yorkshire are currently recruiting for a variety of roles in their design, engineering and sales departments to meet the demand for British made, innovative, hostile vehicle mitigation solutions which protect buildings and pedestrianised areas from vehicle attacks.
The company, who have been presented with multiple awards for innovation, business and export over the past twelve months, including more recent shortlists in the Yorkshire Coast Business Awards and the Yorkshire Post Business Awards are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of hostile vehicle mitigation solutions.
"Vehicles are fast becoming the weapon of choice when it comes to both terrorist attacks and ram-raids and it is therefore even more crucial that the products on the market minimise the devastation."
Debbie Heald, Managing Director of Heald Ltd said: “Vehicles are fast becoming the weapon of choice when it comes to both terrorist attacks and ram-raids and it is therefore even more crucial that the products on the market minimise the devastation such attacks can cause”.
To discover more about the roles available visit Heald’s website www.heald.uk.com
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