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HEROtsc, the call centre operator with 6,000 staff in the Dearne Valley, Derby, Dunoon, Falkirk, Glasgow, Greenock, Kilmarnock, Rothesay and Warrington, has been acquired by Webhelp Group of France.
HEROtsc is to create a further 175 jobs at its call centre in Derby by the end of the year.
HEROtsc is to create 100 new jobs at its call centre in Greenock, to work on a contract for Sky.
HEROtsc is to create 150 more jobs at its call centre in Glasgow, in order to work on a contract for Sky.
HEROtsc is reported to be planning to set up a new call centre at Atlantic Quay in Glasgow, with the creation of up to 400 jobs.
HEROtsc has confirmed plans to set up a call centre to provide customer services for Sky at the former Egg call centre at Pride Park in Derby, with the creation of 700 jobs over the next six months.
HEROtsc is reported to be planning to set up a new call centre at Pride Park in Derby, with the creation of up to 600 jobs.
HEROtsc is to create 100 new jobs at its Rowallan Park call centre in Kilmarnock.
HEROtsc is to create 120 new jobs at its call centre in Warrington, having won a customer services contract from Eon.
HEROtsc is planning to create 200 new jobs at call centres in Larbert and Kilmarnock.
HEROtsc is looking to expand its recently-acquired Vodafone call centre at Birchwood Park in Warrington with up to 200 new staff over the next 18 months.
HEROtsc is to acquire a Vodafone call centre in Warrington, as part of an outsourcing deal that will involve the transfer of 600 staff.
HEROtsc is planning to reopen its call centre in Greenock with the creation of 200 jobs, and a further 170 jobs are being created at its site in Falkirk.