A computer recycling scheme based in west Suffolk is set to create more than 140 jobs after it has won two international contracts, taking into onto the world stage.
Network 2 Supplies (N2S) supplies IT equipment disposal and data destruction and has secured two new deals with a banking organisation and a multi-national service integration company.
The names of the clients will not be named, for security reasons, but the two contracts will result in N2S, which also has a site in London, becoming responsible for equipment at more than 7,000 locations across Europe, India and America.
The work will see N2S carry out secure disposal of end-of-life IT systems, containing sensitive and confidential information, and install and support a wide range of telecommunications and IT infrastructure.
Jack Gomarsall – “Our aim is to become the world leader in our industry and we are well on our way to achieving just that, which is great news for us but also for the reputation of the UK’s exporting abilities on a global market”
As a result, the company expects to create increase its current workforce of 60 to a total of more than 200 over the next 12 months.
The new contracts build on a successful past 12 months for N2S, which saw the company mark its 10th year of trading by achieving annual turnover of £5m.
Jack Gomarsall, managing director at N2S, said: “Our aim is to become the world leader in our industry and we are well on our way to achieving just that, which is great news for us but also for the reputation of the UK’s exporting abilities on a global market.”
Gomarsall set up N2S in 2002 and is a board member of the British Metal Recycling Association.
Current clients include a number of Government departments, including the Home Office, other governmental organisations including sections of the military, the prison service and National Health Service organisations, and a number of universities and industry bodies.
“Despite the tough economic market the last year has been fantastic for us. We have achieved our highest ever turnover and profits and established ourselves on the international market, and all in our 10th year,” Gomarsall added.
“Our growth will also benefit the local community at our base in Bury St Edmunds, where we will be creating more than 140 new jobs by the end of 2014.
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