Contractors Supplier Event 29 November 2006
25th November 2006
CONTRACTORS SUPPLIER EVENT
4 pm 29 NOVEMBER 2006
Pentland Hotel Thurso
Caithness & Sutherland Enterprise is hosting a supplier event in the Pentland Hotel Thurso on 29 November at 4pm to provide information to local companies on current business opportunities.
Presentations will be made by:-
Dan Mistry of UKAEA Culham who will provide information on the prospects and opportunities for locally based businesses arising from the construction and commissioning of ITER at Caderache in France.
Sharon Chalmers of First Point Assessment Ltd (FPAL) will provide an overview of the oil & gas industry supplier selection process and provide details on what the UK's offshore supply-chain gateway organisation has to offer businesses based in the CASE area.
Kevin Smith, AMEC, project manager of the BAND consortium will provide an update on the D3900 Dounreay Intermediate Level Waste Immobilisation and Encapsulation Facility. This project is expected to engage a wide range of local suppliers during the construction and commissioning phases.
Following these presentations there will be an opportunity for you or a member of your organisation to meet any of the presenters for 10 minutes on a 1:1 basis to allow you to access additional information or register an interest.
I/We are able /unable* to attend the supplier event on 29 November in the Pentland Hotel Thurso at 4pm
I would like to book a 1:1 session with
Dan Mistry, UKAEA Culham Yes/No
*Sharon Chalmers, FPAL Yes/No
*Kevin Smith, BAND Yes/No
** Please delete as required
Please e-mail me on carol.gunn[AT]hient.co.uk telephone 01847 805 207,
Fax 01847 890 235, or post Carol Gunn, Caithness & Sutherland Enterprise, Tollemache House, High Street Thurso KW14 8AZ with your response.
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