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Eccles based Creamline Dairies has agreed to buy Dairy Crest's milk delivery "Anadrol 50" business in the north west in a move that will boost revenues by 10m.
The deal will see Creamline strengthen its distribution network with four more depots in Stockport, Flixton, Warrington and Macclesfield and 72 new franchisees.
The acquisition will secure the jobs of 65 depot staff that are being transferred from Dairy Crest to Creamline and add up to 6,000 doorstep delivery customers.
The deal is expected to complete in July subject to Dairy Crest's consultation with its staff.
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It said the north west business had become less profitable following the closure of its Liverpool dairy last year.
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Creamline aims to sourcing all its milk within a 30 mile radius and is looking to recruit new farms in the region.
Chris Swallow said: "One of the exciting things this gives us is a delivery network that covers all of Greater Manchester and we want to use that to expand our internet convenience orders.
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Following the deal with Dairy Crest, Creamline will retain the Manchester business whilst the Liverpool and Wirral business will be sold to Mortons Dairies, of Liverpool.
Originally founded in 1946, Creamline was bought by the Swallow family in 1994 as a 35 round milk delivery business.
It has grown to become a 20m turnover operation and the acquisition will boost turnover to 30m for the year to September 2014.
The business was bought from the family by Tony Swallow in 1994 and is now run by his son Chris and son in law Rob Purvis.
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