Concrete plans for six new jobs in Dalbeattie thanks to local firm's expansion plan

Dalbeattie could be in-line for six new jobs if a planned concrete batching plant gets the go-ahead.
Grange Construction Materials want to build the mobile concrete mixing plant factory at the town’s Edingham Industrial Estate.
And the Lockerbie-based company say if they get council approval they could be up and running by the end of the summer.
Managing Director Stuart Dodd said: “Everything is pretty much ready to go so if we get permission we’ll hopefully be up and running in the summer.
“Initially we’ll be looking at taking on three new staff, rising to two site operators and four drivers.
“We already supply quite a bit of concrete in that area and we feel their is a bit of a gap in the market. We’re a small independent supplier and want to improve our service.”
Ready-mixed concrete would be produced and loaded directly into road going concrete transit truck mixer.
Plans reveal the site would run from 5am to 7pm most days to “meet requirements” of the industry – producing 14,000 to 15,000m3 of ready mix concrete each year.
This, they claim, is likely to generate on average seven or eight vehicle arrivals at the proposed Dalbeattie site each day.
The family business was founded in 2000 and has grown to become one of the largest suppliers of aggregates and ready mixed concrete in the area.
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