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Network Rail swoops to bring specialists in-house

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Network Rail

Network Rail swoops to bring specialists in-house

21 Jan 2008
source Network Rail
type Press release

Key employees of Elec-Track Installations Ltd (ETI) have been invited by Network Rail to join the infrastructure owner. Around 50 employees of the Kent-based firm – which is in administration – are specialist supervisors for the installation of overhead electrical equipment for the railway. The talks follow last week’s announcement by Network Rail that is was seeking to bring more specialist engineering resource in-house to boost its ability to carry out this specialist area of work rather than rely on agency personnel. Peter Henderson, group infrastructure director at Network Rail, said: “We hope these key ETI employees will join our team and add another core competence to our engineering capacity. This follows a clear strategy to bolster – where necessary – our capability, such as the earlier bringing in-house of maintenance and signalling design.”

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Elec-Track Installations is based in Hythe, Kent and was established in 1995. It has businesses based in Middlewich, Glasgow, Rugby, Ware, Birmingham and Newcastle.

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