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Clegg Food Projects Starts Work on Major New Contract

February 14
11:16 2013

CLEGG FOOD PROJECTS has started work on three new schemes for the 2 Sisters Food Group, one of the UK’s leading food manufacturers.

The three projects involve extending an existing factory in Newport, South Wales and altering the layout of two chicken processing sites in Norfolk and in Devon.

Clegg Food Projects has already worked with 2 Sisters Food Group over the last couple of years on two similar projects.

Nationally renowned Clegg Food Projects, which provides solutions for major food operations all over the UK, is set to complete all of the work in mid-2013.

John Moxon, business development director at Clegg Food Projects, said: “We are thrilled to be working once again with 2 Sisters Food Group.  We’ve built up a fantastic relationship with the company and hope to be involved in many more of their future projects.

“Our considerable experience in a huge variety of schemes across the food and drink sectors means we’re ideally placed to carry out the work required through this contract.

“The work will involve Clegg Food Projects improving the general production facilities by altering and extending the existing factories. The schemes at all three of the sites will boost production for 2 Sisters Food Group so it can increase its output,” John added.

For more information about Clegg Food Projects, visit: www.cleggfoodprojects.co.uk

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