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Investment key to future - In-situ machining firm expands


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M&A Engineering Ltd
: 27 February, 2009  (Company News)
Wales-based in-situ machining leaders, M&A Engineering, saw another milestone this month for its new HQ building and facilities in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire. The first bricks were laid on the foundations by the local Mayor, Councillor Commander Roberts, in a ceremony to effectively launch the company's expansion plans that will see the development of this major facility to serve its worldwide activity.
Investment key to future - In-situ machining firm expands
M&A Engineering specialises in on-site machining services for the petrochemical, marine, energy and metal producing industries, with a base in Wales but exporting to every continent. “It is a privilege to be invited to begin the building of this facility,” said Mayor Roberts. “Good news is hard to come by at the moment so M&A's success story is good for engineering, good for Wales and good for the United Kingdom.”

Managing director of M&A Engineering, Jon Mortimer, comments, ‘’If engineering in our country is going to expand and prosper, small businesses like ours need to have the courage to invest in the future. We are pressing ahead with this development because, we believe, we will better serve our customers and bring sustained employment to the industry.” He continues, “For us to succeed however, we will need the commitment of local companies to continue to use our existing services and embrace the capabilities this new development will offer.’’

The site at Thornton will house the company's offices, workshops, warehousing and training department and act as a base for many of its mobile engineers. Covering two acres, the works include a 10,000 sq ft building constructed over two phases.
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