CSC Services joined specialists from across the energy sector in Scotland yesterday at an event focused on growing the nuclear supply chain.
Atkins, Balfour Beatty, Jacobs and Morgan Sindall were amongst the buyer organisations attending the Scottish Nuclear Supply Chain event. Setting out the specific areas in which they were looking to engage with the supply chain, the event provided a forum for suppliers to present directly on the areas of skills and expertise they could offer.
Mick Flounders, CSC Services’ Contracts Director explains:
“CSC Services primarily work across the fleet of EDF Energy power stations, completing refurbishment work and providing protective coatings either directly for EDF Energy or Contract partner Cape. With a broad range of expertise including concrete and culvert repairs, the company has experience in working to strict time-frames during reactor shut-down periods.
“This event was a useful way to meet potential new clients from across the sector, to better understand their supply chain requirements and introduce the range of services that the company can offer.
“With very informative presentations from the Scottish Enterprise and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, there certainly seems to be a desire to broaden Nuclear sector engagement with SME suppliers which is great news for companies such as CSC Services.”
For more information about the range of services that can be provided including cathodic protection systems, carbon fibre strengthening and protective coatings visit the relevant sections of this website.
CSC Services work with the leading coatings manufacturers undertaking all relevant product and application training. CSC Services are members of the Concrete Repair Association and are Quality Approved contractors for the Sika Liquid Plastic Range of products.