Thursday, November 17, 2011

News: Assured awarded new Nigerian contract


Rotherham-based Assured Fire and Security is strengthening its international business links with a second contract in the African country of Nigeria.

The Dinnington specialist has been awarded a £30,000 contract for fire alarm and suppression systems and a full fire extinguisher service at a new power station site being developed the city of Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State in southwest Nigeria.

This follows the contract awarded to Assured at the end of 2009 to provide fire suppression systems at a similar gas-fired power station in the city of Otta.

That contract also saw Assured technicians providing fire extinguishers and training on fire safety for power station staff and improving fire safety measures at gas filling stations in the region.

Simon Stokes, managing director at Assured, said: "Africa is an increasingly important market for growth globally and we are delighted that we have been given this second contract in Nigeria.

"Sustaining and developing our international links is vitally important to Assured as we continue our programme of expansion."

International growth is a key part of Assured's five-year plan that aims to transform the expanding Rotherham company into the country's leading fire and security specialist.

The company is also close to signing a multi million contract with Kenana Sugar, a Sudanese company that operates one of the biggest integrated and diversified sugar complexes in the world.

Assured Fire and Security website



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