3sun Awarded Contract with Outreach

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

3sun Group, a specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry, has been appointed as an agent of Outreach Ltd.

Outreach Ltd. is a supplier of hydraulic handling, lifting and access equipment to the offshore and renewables industry with experience in repairs, servicing and training.  

The contract will see 3sun Group carry out servicing and maintenance on hydraulic cranes and loading equipment manufactured by Palfinger, a partner of Outreach. The contract has been agreed over a year period, with the work planned to commence from September 2013.

“As an agent of Outreach we will be the approved partner of Outreach in relation to providing Operator Training on Palfinger cranes in England and Wales for wind turbines,” said Graham Hacon, managing director of 3sun Group. “3sun Group has already created over 100 new jobs this year to meet the growing demand for our products and services worldwide, and the contract with Outreach could potentially lead to the recruitment of more 3sun Group technicians in the coming months.”

He continued, “It has been a busy year for the Group and we are continuing to expand rapidly, following the success of the launch of the Denmark office, we are concentrating on plans to open a base in Germany to ensure our clients in the region receive on the ground support and service.

3sun Group is currently working on several projects in the U.K. and Europe and has overseas experience in Europe, Asia, Africa, U.S. and New Zealand.

3sun.co.uk

 

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