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ENGINEERING FIRM: 80 JOBS SAVED.

MORE than 80 St Helens jobs have been saved after a rescue deal for a mechanical and electrical engineering specialist.

Cross Services Engineering, which employs 120 people, was placed into administration more than two weeks ago.

Simon Chandler and Philip Lyon, from the Nottingham office of accountancy firm Mazars, were called in on June 11 to act as administrators.

The Sutton Roadbased firm was set up in 1988 and at its peak had a turnover of about pounds 13m.

Now, Warringtonbased engineering solutions firm Boulting Group, has bought parts of Cross Services Engineering from the administrators, which will save 83 jobs.

Boulting chief executive Mike Groarke, said: "The company had built up a very good reputation with a number of bluechip industrial clients."
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Date:Jun 29, 2012
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