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Huboo To Create 300 Full & Part Time Warehouse Jobs In Bristol

14 Feb 2021

Huboo To Create 300 Full & Part Time Warehouse Jobs In Bristol

Huboo, an e-commerce fulfilment and storage specialist, is creating 300 new full or part time warehouse jobs in Bristol.

Huboo is advertising hundreds of new vacancies in Bristol after undergoing a strong period of growth over the last year, hitting a monthly turnover of £1 million in the run up to Christmas 2020.

The company, which was only founded three years ago, is to open a new warehouse covering over 5,000 square metres of land in Bristol.

The facility is set to be ready for action before the end of February and roles on offer at the site will also include specialist positions such as data scientist jobs in addition to general warehouse vacancies.

The distribution hub will be Huboo’s fourth warehouse in the UK, following on from its original two bases in Bath and an additional facility which the firm later opened in Gloucestershire.

Huboo expects to see continued growth of its business, forecasting that it will treble both its turnover and number of customers before the end of August 2021.

Announcing the recruitment plans, one of the founders of Huboo, Martin Bysh, said: “Our new site in Avonmouth is ideally located to our existing site in Emersons Green, meaning as we continue to scale, we can ensure that our customers still receive a seamless service. We also know from experience that the talent pool in Bristol is incredibly strong, so we look forward to welcoming new team members across all areas of the business.”

“It has been an incredibly busy 12 months for Huboo and we’re delighted with the rate at which we have grown recently. Despite it being a very difficult time for the UK retail industry, we are seeing lots of businesses ramp up their digital offerings in an attempt to combat the detrimental impact the pandemic has had on the high street.”

“And as consumer shopping habits also continue to change in the face of current restrictions, this is a trend that is only set to grow,” added Mr Bysh.

Warehouse work goes on, even during the pandemic, and the shifts can be great for students who need flexible hours to have any chance of earning money.

If you don’t know much about this line of work and you think it might be a viable option for you, then find out everything you need to know now over on our complete guide to warehouse work for UK students.

And, if you are based in this part of South West England, then why not take a look at some of the latest part time vacancies in Bristol now?

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