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Engineering personnel firm Techplus moves into OrbisEnergy in Lowestoft

PUBLISHED: 17:39 05 October 2017 | UPDATED: 17:39 05 October 2017

Techplus at Orbis Energy Centre, (from left), Les Dawson, Jon Reynolds, Josh Armes and Ian Dawson. Picture: TMS Media

Techplus at Orbis Energy Centre, (from left), Les Dawson, Jon Reynolds, Josh Armes and Ian Dawson. Picture: TMS Media

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An engineering personnel company has moved into new premises after expanding its workload and services.

Techplus has expanded its team since launching in March and has now moved into OrbisEnergy at Lowestoft as it eyes further growth.

Commercial director Ian Dawson said: “The need for new premises became clear and OrbisEnergy is ideal – because we share the building with a mix of related energy and offshore engineering companies.

“With access to business support and networking, and scope to expand in the future, it is a great place for start-ups and SMEs to be.”

Techplus’s other directors Jon Reynolds and Les Dawson both have years of experience in the oil, gas and utility sectors.

The firm’s growth is being helped by a grant from the SCORE team, which encourages innovation and enterprise in the offshore renewables sector.

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