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Business News in County Durham

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Business Durham’s inward investment manager Peter Rippingale and Dunlop BTL MD, Ray Mifsud at the new premises in Consett.

Former KP crisps factory home to new manufacturing and distribution centre

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

ONE of the UK’s leading manufacturers and international distributors of bearings, power transmission and motion transfer linkage products is expanding into the North East following a £2.2m investment. 

Former Dyson CEO and new chairman of Learning Curve Group, Martin McCourt

Former Dyson CEO joins County Durham's Learning Curve Group

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Former Dyson CEO Martin McCourt has been appointed chairman of the County Durham-based Learning Curve Group (LCG).

Sara Davies, founder of Crafter's Companion

Crafter's Companion promises new products and jobs in Aycliffe move

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

THE boss of an expanding craft supplies business says the North-East will always remain firmly in its heart as it embarks on further international growth.r's Companion promises new products and jobs in Aycliffe move.

Tom Dower, right, principle at South Durham University College, with site manager , Glyn Jones, last year when work had just started.

South Durham UTC, in Newton Aycliffe, ramps up recruitment drive as building work continues

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

EDUCATION bosses are moving closer to making another senior appointment at a £10m college as completion of the site looms larger.

Peter and Kim Holdstock with one of their chairs

Fashion royalty and London theatres sit up for Verd’s seating

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Fashion royalty and London theatres sit up for Verd’s seating

Godfrey Syrett wins £400k contract to supply furniture to North East schools

Godfrey Syrett wins £400k contract to supply furniture to North East schools

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

Godfrey Syrett has won a £400,000 contract with construction company, Galliford Try, to design, manufacture and install a bespoke range of fitted furniture to three local high schools.

Beaumont Grounds Maintenance has announced a new partnership with Darlington Mowden Park.

County Durham firm wins Mowden Park contract

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

County Durham firm Beaumont Grounds Maintenance has announced a new partnership with Darlington Mowden Park.

PARTNERSHIP: John Adamson, managing director of Ramside Estates, seated, and Bradley Groves, chief executive and chairman of Great Annual Savings Group

Ramside Hall cuts bills with help from Seaham's Great Annual Savings Group

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

A County Durham hotel aims to save thousands in energy bills thanks to a partnership with a cost-cutting operation.

SAFETY: An aircraft undergoes ground vibration tests. The CPI is working on a project to transform parts' maintenance and assessment through printed electronics

County Durham based CPI leads drive to lift aircraft safety

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

AEROPLANES should spend more time flying and less time stripped down in hangars under a development led by North-East technology experts.

Apprentices Luke Hill, 18, and Georgia Readman, 19, both from Hartlepool with (from left) Paul Champion of Profound Group, Steve Willis, Pro-active Safety and Sarah Thorpe of investor UK Steel Enterprise.

Pro-active Safety to support 200 apprentices

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

Construction training company Pro-active Safety is looking to train 200 apprentices throughout 2016 after opening a new centre in Peterlee.

ROF 59 business development manager Kim Fryer outside the venue’s new party room

ROF 59 invests £20k on new Newton Aycliffe events venue

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

Newton Aycliffe is welcoming a new events venue to the area following the renovation of an old industrial tool room, once part of a World War II munitions factory.

The number of female students accepted on to UK engineering degrees has fallen since last year from 42% to 29%.

IET invests £3m to tackle lack of engineers in industry

Monday, 08 February 2016

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today announced that - along with its partners - it is investing £3 million over the coming five years to nurture and support young engineers into industry.

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