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On a day when the giant Indian-owned company announced 3,500 job losses globally, the 2,000 staff at the Teesside Cast Products (TCP) Redcar plant were relieved to be spared, though up to 47 jobs are to go in the related Corus Northern Engineering Services (CNES).
Corus Northern Engineering Services has invested in a new vehicles wash down facility at Lackenby.
Byline: David Scatchard, Marketing Manager For Corus Northern Engineering Services (cnes) Historically, the Tees Valley has always been a region of great industrial strength, benefiting from a skilled and capable workforce and a recognised excellence in traditional industries.
July 28: Teesside engineer Brian Lewis, an electrical project engineer from Corus Northern Engineering Services, was honoured for helping turn local kids into bright sparks.
Members of Corus Northern Engineering Services (CNES) from throughout the UK have undergone a training course conducted by Hartlepool-based business improvement specialists GoldStar.
Corus Northern Engineering Services are currently undertaking two such projects.
Corus Northern Engineering Services (CNES) was forged from the engineering capability and capacity that has developed over the last two centuries to support the steel-making plant here on Teesside as well as at sister plants at Rotherham and Scunthorpe.
Clearing the site will improve the available work area for projects being carried out by Corus Northern Engineering Services," added the spokesman.