Texo CFS moves to Port of Blyth hub

Posted on 23 Jan 2019 and read 685 times
Texo CFS moves to Port of Blyth hubThe Port of Blyth has revealed that fabricating specialist Texo CFS (www.cfs.texo.co.uk) will move to its offshore energy hub, once a new £700,000 facility at its South Harbour terminal is completed.

The Northumberland port is currently home to a number of leading businesses in the offshore energy sector.

Its chief executive, Martin Lawlor, said: “Texo Group has huge ambitions and capability in the offshore energy and sub-sea sectors and, we’re delighted that Texo CFS, its dedicated fabrication business, has selected Port of Blyth as the location for a new facility.”

Andrew Robson, managing director of Texo CFS, said: “This facility will be the cornerstone of our group-wide strategy in the north east, bringing world-class projects to the area.”

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