Pool maker hopes to create 50 more jobs at new factory

Image: narellanpools.com.au/swimming-pool-builder/geelong-vic

Manufacturer and franchise Narellan Pools has said it expects to grow sharply in the next five years, and hopes to triple employment at its new Picton factory.

The factory, opened by local federal MP Angus Taylor this month, employs around 25.

Managing director Chris Meyer said the company had evolved with changing demands from the market, and was well-placed to supply it with in-ground fibreglass swimming pools.

“Narellan Pools’ immediate focus is to recruit and develop franchisees, franchising all remaining markets across Australia for the brand; we are fortunate to be in a position to create meaningful work for Australians,” he told The Macarthur Chronicle.

Narellan Pools was established in 1971, according to its website, and has manufacturing facilities in Sydney and Melbourne.