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Briggs Marine Expanding in Liverpool

Posted by May 30, 2017

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 U.K. marine contractor Briggs Marine is expanding in the North West of England with new water-side facilities in Port of Liverpool.

 
The 500 sq m building will allow Briggs to offer a greater range of services, and will assist the company in further developing its offering in renewables, sub-marine engineering and port services in this busy region.
 
The company currently has approximately 80 personnel based in the region, with plans to increase this number as a result of the growing presence and anticipated future work.
 
Briggs’ operations director Iain Ross said, “We’re delighted to be expanding our facilities and further strengthening our footprint in Liverpool.  The North West of England is an important area for Briggs Marine’s growing business.”
 
Ross continued, “As well as servicing existing contracts in the region, we continue to target new sectors with high growth potential and look to secure new contracts, thanks to our depth of knowledge and transferable experience.”
Iain Rossmarine contractorport of Liverpool

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