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Maloney Metalcraft Wins EDF Contract

Maloney Metalcraft, part of engineering group Avingtrans, has secured a £3.5m contract with French energy giant EDF.

The business will supply valves to each of the second EDF nuclear power stations across the UK as well as engineering support and on-site service.

The contracts will be in place until the end of life of each station.

Austen Adams, managing director of Avingtrans' energy and medical division, said: "The contract win is good news for the business and recognises the expertise we've developed in what is truly a performance-critical sector.

"The Maloney Metalcraft team designed and supplied the original carbon dioxide gas drying systems for the stations back in the 1970s but, with further delays to the Hinkley Point C programme, extending the life of these older nuclear power stations has become critical to keeping the lights on across the UK."

Maloney Metalcraft is based in Walsall.

Last modified on Thursday, 04 August 2016 10:02

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