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Belcan expands at The Heath

Posted 4 July 2019 · Add Comment

Global supplier of engineering, supply chain, technical recruiting and IT services to the aerospace, defence, automotive, industrial and government services markets, Belcan, celebrated the expansion of its Cheshire operation yesterday with the official opening of its new offices at The Heath Business and Technical Park.

Belcan has almost tripled the size of its north-west operation by moving into the 3,420 sq-ft office at Progressive House. The Heath accommodated Belcan’s needs by adding meeting rooms, a communications room, private offices, kitchen, and a glazed reception area.
President of Belcan International, Keith Matthews said: “We are excited about the expansion of the Runcorn office and further opportunity for growth in the region. This new space will enable us to continue to attract and retain the very best talent in the area, while enhancing our skills and capabilities to support expansion into high value sectors of energy, aerospace, automotive, marine, and defence.”
Belcan supplies engineering services, consulting services, and technical recruiting to a wide range of industries, with 60 offices across the globe, including America, Europe, India, and Canada.
The Heath is home to an experienced team of mechanical and electrical design engineers, equipped with advanced design, analysis, and project management tools to undertake projects both on and off shore.
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