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Freyssinet invest in the future of the UK structure repairs market

Testing bay2Specialist civil engineering company Freyssinet is set to open its new factory this month.

Freyssinet’s Managing Director Paul Bottomley will officially open the new premises, located in Telford, Shropshire at a grand launch party on Monday 21 December.

The creation of the new facility represents Freyssinet’s continued investment in UK manufacturing and is part of a five year plan to create new jobs in the area.

The modern 1.8 acre site will enable Freyssinet to increase production and maintain the quality of its manufacture, servicing and testing of bridge components, with the benefit of additional space for the research and development of new products. The installation of state-of-the-art equipment will also improve efficiency and save energy, in line with the company’s sustainable technology ethos to ‘do more with less materials and energy.’

Mr Bottomley said: With the continued growth and improvement in the UK’s manufacturing and construction industries, we are delighted to be opening a new factory, which will enable the company to expand on its manufacture, storage and laboratory testing. The new facility features one of the largest test press in the country and state of the art equipment.”

Freyssinet has been at the forefront of bridge bearing design, manufacture and installation since 1950. As part of the renowned Soletanche Freyssinet group, the company’s portfolio of products and services includes specialist repair, strengthening and protection of structures in the building, civil and marine sectors. The launch of its new factory will further cement Freyssinet’s standing as the largest structural repair company in the world.

 

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