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Young Teesside firm celebrates two years

Date 2 May 2007

Teesside engineering firm MB Tech Limited is celebrating two years in business with the announcement of new contract wins totalling more than £500,000 in the last four months. The Stockton-on-Tees based firm is still in its infancy but is hoping to improve its standing in the world of global engineering.

The firm’s owners, Steve MacDonald and Iain Brown, are determined to build on their current success and are working to secure contracts across a variety of sectors, including creating solutions for power stations, apartment blocks, onshore and offshore petrochemical facilities, civil structures and sports stadiums.†

Steve MacDonald, Director of MB Tech Limited, said: “The whole ethos of our company is built around identifying customer needs and providing cost saving solutions within a value engineering environment. “Currently only 12% of our business comes from the Tees Valley, but we have recently joined the TVEP [Tees Valley Engineering Partnership] and are encouraged by what the partnership is actively doing in the area to promote it as a centre for engineering excellence. We hope that in joining the partnership it will assist us in promoting MB Tech in the local petrochemical, industrial and offshore markets.”

Malcolm Potter, manager of the Tees Valley Engineering Partnership, said: “MB Tech Limited is just the kind of business that we need in the Tees Valley. They are expertise in their field, they work hard to deliver a high quality product and they are not afraid to go after large scale national contracts. The firm has already achieved phenomenal success in two years of business and I have very high hopes for them in the future.”

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