Great jobs new in the Upper Rhymney Valley
“The Welsh Government is investing £650,000 in Williams Medical Supplies (WMS) in Rhymney which will see 91 new jobs created. WMS is the UK’s leading provider of medical supplies and services to the UK healthcare market. The company currently employs 178 mainly local people in Rhymney and that will grow to 269 over the next three years”.
Economy Minister Ken Skates said
“I am delighted Welsh Government funding will secure and create good quality jobs for predominantly local people in the Rhymney Valley.
“Williams Medical Supplies is a leading name in its field and today’s announcement will ensure they remain a prominent player in the region for years to come
“The company has shown its commitment to our Economic Contract and invested in improving its green credentials which supports our decarbonisation goals”.
Dawn Bowden AM and Gerald Jones MP said:
“We’re delighted to hear the news this morning from the Welsh Government and Williams Medical Supplies, and this is a very welcome investment in our area.
“Over 90 new jobs for local people in the Upper Rhymney Valley shows the confidence that the Welsh Government has in the local area and its communities, and we’d like to thank Ken Skates AM and the Welsh Government for making this investment possible. We’re looking forward to seeing the new investment come together.
This follows on from the recent investment by Sharp Clinical in Rhymney and is a real sign of confidence in local businesses”