Having achieved eligibility to serve the Rail sector with related track-side works at the back-end of 2016, Mick George Ltd has rapidly started making a positive impact on the industry, carrying out major developments across the country.
This week presents another opportunity for the business to mark its significant intent, when the organisation attends the Railtex’ exhibition, showcasing its unrivalled breadth of services to construct improved rail infrastructure.
Railtex’ is firmly established as the place to be for those active in today’s thriving rail industry. The largest rail exhibition in the UK for over 20 years, its role is to facilitate trade, provide unique networking opportunities and educational sessions. Attracting international visitors, exhibitors and leading keynote speakers, makes the event the ideal platform for the industry to come together and do business.
The exhibition is being held at the Birmingham National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and starts on the 9th May 2017, finishing on 11th May 2017, with Mick George Ltd situated on stand D86 throughout. The ‘Rail Divisions’ Director and his team will be at hand to discuss, advise and assist with any discussion points brought to attention.
Mick George Rail, now enrolled on the Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) provide a wide range of integrated solutions across a variety of contracting and supply disciplines. These include Demolition, Earthworks, Remediation and Asbestos Management, right through to Skip Hire, Concrete and Aggregate Supply.
Dean Whitcombe, Director of Mick George Rail commented: ‘’Albeit in other sectors, we already work in partnerships with many of the leading players that dominate the Rail supply chain at present, which has helped us gain a foothold in the market, as our qualities are already recognised on merit.’’
Whitcombe continued: ‘’Railtex’ will allow us to expand those relations further afield, giving us the chance to collaborate and inform those who aren’t as familiar with the provisions we offer, and importantly the benefits that coincide.’’