Following company record sales, prestigious car dealer Rolls-Royce have revealed they are to create an estimated 100 jobs in Chichester at the company’s UK base in Goodwood. The majority of the jobs will be across manufacturing roles. The positive news comes as a great start to the new year and highlights excellent future ahead for employees of the business.
The famous car dealership is in its 110th year, and the business continues to grow despite Britain’s recent recession and poor economic climate. Rolls-Royce have had repeatedly strong sales throughout last year, and continue to boom in the luxury car industry. This is a fantastic success for the British company.
The business growth doesn’t stop in the UK; some of the company’s biggest increases in sales were seen in Asia, as well as countries such as Canada. Rolls-Royce also offers customers personalised vehicles and it has seen an increase in interest for these types of cars.
The reported record growth and the opening of new jobs, puts the company and their brand at the top of their game. It highlights the ever growing success of the British car sector. In 2013, it was reported that car exports generated around £30 billion for the British economy and companies such as Rolls-Royce are driving the country’s economic growth, and offering job opportunities to skilled workers.