British Engines set to refurbish its Tyneside base
British Engines is set to expand and improve its Tyneside base using an £800,000 government grant obtained from the ‘Let’s Grow’ Regional Growth Fund (RGF), a news report in the local media has revealed.
The company will invest the money into its St Peter’s site in Newcastle, aiming to set a solid basis for the expansion of its BEL Valves division, a supplier of high-pressure valves to the oil and gas industry.
BEL Valves currently shares the sites with another British Engines division, Rotary Power, that is scheduled to move to a new 150,000 sq ft base on the Simonside Industrial Estate in South Shields this autumn.
Following the move, BEL Valves, that currently employs more than 450 staff, will have enough room for further growth.
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