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C&A Pumps and Engineering, in Hartlepool, reveals partnership with Teesside University
A NORTH-EAST pump installation firm is helping companies across the region secure industry recognised qualifications to open up lucrative markets.
The ISO awards during outsourcing as they highlight firms working to a specific industry standard.
Alan Roberts, C&A managing director, said the ISO process was misunderstood.
He said: “Businesses wrongly think they need to pull together masses of paperwork and that there’s huge costs, but many just don't have the resources to complete the process.
“That is where we step in by completing the assessment for them.
“I’ve known businesses lose out on work because they don’t have the accreditation, that is how important it is.”
Dr Suhail Aslam, director of Teesside University's manufacturing centre said: “This agreement will prove incredibly fruitful, particularly for regional businesses keen to secure the industry standards.”
C&A Pumps, which employs about 10 workers, carries out pump installations as well as electrical and mechanical services, and has launched a separate health and safety consultancy division.
It has secured contracts with Cleveland Fire Brigade, HM Prisons, Sedgefield Racecourse, and its growing reputation also saw it win a deal with Teesside iron and steelmaker SSI UK to install a detection system for chemical tanks.
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