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Gigaclear Opens New Local HQ and Warehouse in Swindon UK

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 (12:10 am) - Score 1,560
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Rural focused FTTP broadband ISP Gigaclear, which aims to cover 500,000 UK properties with their full fibre network by the end of 2023 (here), has boosted its deployment plans by opening a new office and warehousing facility in Swindon – designed to support its HQ, act as a central distribution hub, and supply its workforce.

The company is currently in the process of hiring 120 new recruits to support a direct labour team and the new 11,000ft2 warehouse should thus give them the opportunity to continue working alongside their subcontractors, while also bringing more of Gigaclear’s installation, maintenance and repair work in-house.

The warehouse also includes the usual meeting rooms and office space, with Gigaclear permanently relocating some of its finance and HR staff to Swindon. In addition, all physical procurement for the organisation will now take place out of the new unit.

Nathan Rundle, Delivery Director at Gigaclear, said:

“We’re excited to make Swindon our home. It’s strategically located for us and will serve as a great central distribution point for the business.

Our critical worker status has meant that 2020 has been a busy year for us. We’ve continued to expand our network, helping families to stay in touch, allowing people to work from home, keeping communities connected, and so much more.

We’re excited to build on our progress and ramp up our build activity even further in 2021. Our new facility is going to help us be even more efficient. All of the equipment that we need to expand our network will be stored in it – from screwdrivers to reels of full-fibre – and it will really open up new build opportunities for us.”

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2 Responses
  1. Avatar Jamie says:

    Oh good, at least now they will be more local to me.

    We constantly have the engineers driving all across the country to try (and fail many many times) to give us somewhat of a decent Internet connection.

    Hope this also improves how they deal with customers as the level of service as a whole is shocking and could do with a good shake up.

  2. Avatar BILL HOLDER says:

    We can only hope and pray they can finish the build in east Hertfordshire (Furneux Pelham) that was promised by gigaclear over 6 years ago, road dug up, contractors winding people up leaving rubbish all over our village. Gigaclear sacked them and now another two years has gone by and feel that gigaclear moved the goals to meet new investor’s money back. Network team promise its coming and bosses say it’s not. I run home business and youtube channel so good internet is a must. I also run regular live youtube videos that are very broadband heavy and lags. Can the gov step in?

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