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NSG signs pounds 3m factories deal.

Byline: MARTIN WILLIAMS

A LEADING scaffolding firm sealed a pounds 3million maintenance deal with a chemicals giant.

Deeside-based NSG UK and Tata Chemicals Europe Ltd (TCEL) announced the contract yesterday.

NSG will provide all scaffolding works at their Northwich manufacturing sites in Winnington, Lostock and Middlewich.

TCEL, formerly known as Brunner Mond, underwent a rebrand in April after purchasing the previous business in 2006.

Mike Carr, Managing Director at NSG UK, said the contract was worth approximately pounds 3million over the three years initially with potential for further growth. "This is fantastic news for NSG UK and is the result of a lot of hard work by the team here," he said.

"We fought off significant competition in the tendering exercise to secure this contract and are delighted to be working with such a renowned multi-national firm as Tata Chemicals."

Tata Chemicals is the world''s second largest producer of soda ash.

TCEL is headquartered in Northwich, UK, with its manufacturing operations within Cheshire producing soda ash, salt, sodium bicarbonate and calcium chloride.

Mr Carr added: "NSG UK will be providing scaffolding for all the maintenance and intervention works at their Cheshire sites over the course of three years, on plants and buildings of various size and structure.

"Our specialist in-house design team and on-site engineers will work closely with TCEL to ensure work is carried out to the highest standard and fully compliant with all Health and Safety standards.

"We undertake a wide range of industrial services but scaffolding remains the core of our business and despite the tough economic climate we are enjoying a strong end to the year."

He added: "As well as securing this contract and maintaining our success in the construction and engineering industries, we are also continuing to expand into a wide scope of sectors, including off shore, transport and social housing."

NSG UK is a leading provider of scaffolding, painting, blasting, thermal insulation and building repairs, with over 40 years of experience.

The business increased turnover again this year and finished the year end at pounds 21m and counts some of the industrial markets biggest names - such as Corus, Lilly, BHP, Cammell Laird, Ineos Chlor Vinyls and Ineos Enterprises - as clients.

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Date:Oct 27, 2011
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