Stockton fabrication firm secures £1m+ of new contracts

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Teesside fabrication and engineering specialists Francis Brown has successfully secured over £1m worth of business in only a matter of a few weeks to deliver a series of projects to leading global companies.

The Stockton-based, family-run business has secured four new contracts over multiple sectors – including oil and gas, renewable energy and petrochemical – which are all scheduled to be completed by the end of the first quarter next year.

The awarded contracts, with both new and existing clients, will see projects managed from concept right through to final assembly, installation and inspection.

Managing director Mark Roddy said: “We are delighted with our recent contract wins which really demonstrate Francis Brown’s core ability to transfer our world class engineering and welding excellence across a diverse range of sectors to deliver our unique and tailored solutions.”

The company will deliver a new project to one of its existing clients, advanced global supplier of subsea equipment, SMD.

One of the other contracts will see Francis Brown deliver its services to a leading oil and gas company in Aberdeen.

Roddy added: “Having seen a dip in contracts being awarded across the whole supply chain in the oil and gas sector, there are some signs the market is shifting positively, and as such, securing this contract highlights to Francis Brown that the future is promising in the sector with some investment starting to ripple through to tier two suppliers.”

With health and safety at the forefront of everything the company does, Francis Brown has recently reported it has achieved another quarter with zero accidents, taking the business to 822 days Lost Time Injury free.


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