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Bury St Edmunds IT recycling company N2S to expand creating more than 100 new jobs

A Suffolk business which recycles IT equipment is to double its workforce over the next year with the creation of more than 100 jobs.

N2S, based in Bury St Edmunds, is immediately looking to fill more than 25 vacancies including in its warehouse, logistics, IT equipment refurbishment, sales and field engineering support divisions.

The company employs 95 people and about half of the new jobs will be at its IT equipment sales, refurbishment and recycling facility, in Western Way, Bury.

Jack Gomarsall (left) with Andy Gomarsall, of N2S based in Bury St Edmunds
Jack Gomarsall (left) with Andy Gomarsall, of N2S based in Bury St Edmunds

N2S is expanding to meet increased demand from large businesses, government departments and local authorities for its IT recycling services.

Andy Gomarsall, company chairman and a former England rugby international, said it was 'good news' with more jobs in East Anglia and the local economy.

"Working at N2S provides an amazing opportunity for people from all walks of life to make a measurable and valuable contribution to the future wellbeing of the planet," he said.

The company also has a growing list of vacancies at its expanding warehouse and distribution centre in Mansfield.

N2S was founded in 2002 by company director Jack Gomarsall, who recently helped develop a process to reclaim semi-precious metals and rare earth materials which are in short supply and essential to making IT devices.

He said: "This is a very exciting time for N2S as we respond to the immediate and longer-term market opportunities for extending the life of IT equipment while also helping organisations to more effectively cut carbon emissions and achieve their environmental sustainability goals more quickly."

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