100 jobs created at TV factory From The Northern Echo A BRITISH company that makes televisions for Marks Spencer, Argos, Currys and some of Germany's biggest retailers has opened a new factory in the region, creating 100 jobs.
Cello Electronics has invested 1m to convert the former Solmere carpet warehouse in Bishop Auckland into a state of the art manufacturing plant where its two production lines will assemble about 300,000 LCD TVs this year. The company, which was set up eight years ago in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, hopes to create more jobs as production steps up ahead of the busy pre Christmas period. The 45,000 square foot facility brings Cello's production, storage, showroom, after ray ban aviator sunglasses on sale sales and office functions under one roof. The ray ban rb3386 investment is a sign of confidence by the company ray ban on which has previously sub contracted work to suppliers in Spennymoor and Bishop Auckland. It comes at a tough time for established TV makers, with major brands such as Panasonic, Sony, Sharp and Toshiba all struggling to combat stiff competition from South Korea's budget brands such as Samsung and LG. But Brian Palmer, 68, chief executive of Cello, believes that his business has the product range to supply niche markets that will allow it to grow and create more jobs. "It is a tough market and even the big names are losing money," he said. "We buy components in Asia like the other TV companies it's about keeping a tight control on costs and stock.
"We often look to develop products for cost of ray ban sunglasses specific markets where the volumes aren't massive, so the big boys aren't interested. That also helps us to survive.".
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