Redhall Engineering is planning to enlist the help of a French safety door supplier to bid for contracts on the next generation of nuclear power stations. Baumert, based in Alsace, has established a solid career supplying specialist doors for use in power stations within the French nuclear sector. Redhall, which is based in Wakefield, estimate that each nuclear reactor to which it supplies shield and security doors, could potentially generate £50 million for the partnership.
Chairman and Chief Executive, David Jackson addressed the shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting in Leeds regarding their ongoing dispute with Vivergo Fuels. "The Adjudicator has indicated that he expects to make a decision during February. We will make an announcement once this decision has been communicated to us. Further action will follow to pursue recovery of the balance of outstandings principally relating to our claim."
Redhall has been pursuing Vivergo for £16.7 million as a result of the renewable energy firm’s decision to terminate their work at a new biofuels plant at Saltend last year.