RTC North Delivers Supply Chain Support in West Yorkshire

17th Jan 2024

RTC North, is delighted to announce its successful bid for a contract as part of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority's initiative to invest £11.4 million in projects supporting local businesses. The contract will focus on delivering crucial supply chain support to drive growth and innovation in the region.

The funding, part of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, aims to boost the local economy and create opportunities for businesses to innovate and diversify. RTC North's commitment to excellence and innovation positions the company as a key player in contributing to the success of this initiative.

Among the successful projects in West Yorkshire is a £3.8 million investment towards a new health and wellbeing innovation centre at the University of Huddersfield’s National Health Innovation Campus. Additionally, the University of Bradford will receive £1.1 million to enhance its research and development facilities for local manufacturing businesses.

Mayor Tracy Brabin, who announced the investment, expressed enthusiasm about the positive impact on local businesses: "The multi-million pound investment into vital projects will support our local businesses to drive innovation and create good, well-paid jobs. And it will help to grow our economy as we work to build a stronger, brighter West Yorkshire that works for all."

RTC North, as one of the winning companies, is dedicated to leveraging its expertise to provide comprehensive supply chain support services. This achievement aligns with the company's mission to foster innovation and contribute to the economic development of the region.

Steve Gregory, Strategic Supply Chain Development Manager, shared his excitement about the contract: "This is a significant milestone for RTC North, and we are honoured to be part of such a transformative initiative.

“Our team is eager to contribute to the success of West Yorkshire businesses by delivering top-notch supply chain support that fosters growth and innovation."

Led by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, these projects signify a commitment to supporting local businesses and championing the regional economy. Cllr James Lewis, Leader of Leeds City Council and Chair of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority Business Committee, stated, "This is fantastic news for both established and emerging businesses in West Yorkshire and further evidence that the region is an ever-growing hub of innovation and ambition."

RTC North is excited to play a pivotal role in realizing the goals of this initiative, and the company looks forward to contributing to the growth and success of businesses in West Yorkshire.

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