PROSPER MAGAZINE: ISSUE 01 | NEWS IN BRIEF
CONSULTANCY SCOOP MAJOR IT INDUSTRY AWARD
Wolverhampton-based MSV Consultancy is celebrating their work with London’s largest further education college group after scooping the award for Project of the Year in the Real IT Awards, presented in London on May 9.
A complex transition programme kick-started by the merger of three colleges at Capital City College Group (CCCG) necessitated a major upgrade of its IT infrastructure. MSV Consultancy focused on enhancing the technology experience for all stakeholders by ensuring organisational resilience since system failures in a technology-led learning environment could seriously compromise the work of students and staff.
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£12M INVESTMENT PLEDGED FOR NEW CASINO 36 IN DUDLEY
Casino 36 have announced a £12million new casino entertainment venue at Castlegate Retail Park in Dudley.
The project is due to take up to a year to complete and it is expected to open in the Summer of 2020 and is set to employ over 100 people. The two-storey building will feature the casino and bar on the first floor and an entertainment venue on the ground floor. A groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Adrian Ballard, Casino 36 Director; Mayor of Dudley Cllr David Stanley; Ian Austin, MP for Dudley North and Corin Crane, Chief Executive of the Black Country Chamber of Commerce.
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MIDLAND CRYOGENICS CELEBRATE FORTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
Midland Cryogenics Limited celebrated 40 years in business in August and continues to punch above its weight on the international market.
The Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) business providing a full range of specialist services including Pipe Freezing, Hot Tapping, Metal Shrinking & Perlite Installation. Founder and Managing Director, David George Brocklesby, who turned eighty in September, continues to run the business and regularly travels overseas conducting seminars, site surveys and inspections.
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KIMBERMILLS FORGES AHEAD WITH 100TH BIRTHDAY SALES BOOST
A company that helped pave the way for the Channel Tunnel and produces forged parts for hip replacements is celebrating its 100th birthday in style.
KimberMills International, which employs 50 people across two sites in the Black Country and Coventry, has enjoyed a £1m boost in its centenary year by securing new contracts in oil and gas, mining, motorsport and rail. The order haul has taken sales to a record high of £8m, created six new jobs and underlined the company’s decision to invest nearly £1m in a new drop-forge at Cradley Heath, additional machining capabilities and a Materials Requirements Planning (MRP) system.
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