Triumph creates 40 jobs while expanding bike rangeNews | April 11, 2012
Triumph Motorcycles is making forty jobs of engineering for helping to develop the new models. Legendary plans of company for increasing number of the engineers for the Hinckley centre of design by a 5th to about 240.
This company yearns to expand the range of about 22 bikes, and it includes classic Speed Triple & adventure Tiger 800 bike.
New recruits, which are mixture of the experienced engineers & the recent graduates, are responsible for design & development of the new bikes. Head of HR at Triumph – Cliff Powell said that they are looking at attracting both the talented graduates & the experienced engineers, for different exciting & challenging roles.
He says that Triumph is offering the engineers varied path of career as compared to different automobile manufacturers at UK, encouraging people actively for developing experience depth across different components & engineering disciplines.
The bike maker specializes in the large-engine motorbikes, which sold about 48,684 bikes, up by 7% on previous twelve months.
This 110 years old company had seen profits go up by about 48 percent to about £22.3m for this same period. In the previous month, Triumph had revealed a plan to make factory at Karnataka, in south-west of India.
There are plans of setting up about 10 & 12 dealership all over India in next 3 years.
This company – which is chaired by the former minister of trade – Lord Digby Jones – too has one factory at Thailand, along with production plant @ the headquarters at Normandy Way, in Hinckley, where it is employing about 600 people.