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Clegg Food Projects completes scheme for food manufacturing giant 2 Sisters Food Group

12 August 2014

Clegg Food Projects has completed its latest scheme for its client food manufacturing giant, 2 Sisters Food Group. 

The project has seen the extension and alteration of an existing factory in Cambuslang, Glasgow and continues Clegg Food Projects’ portfolio of work for 2 Sisters Food Group over the last 3-4 years.

John Moxon, business development director at Clegg Food Projects, said the project builds on its strong working relationship with 2 Sisters Food Group.
“We’ve worked with 2 Sisters Food Group on several projects previously and we are thrilled to have secured this scheme with them.  

“It is always satisfying to receive repeat business from a client and shows that Clegg Food Projects always delivers to a very high standard.”

The 11,000sq ft. extension to the factory’s plant will house two modern high volume ovens, spiral chillers and freezers, plus a general refurbishment of the current site.

Clegg Food Projects started on site last year in Westburn Farm Road.
The build will create up to 180 jobs and accommodate up to 50 per cent additional capacity at the site.

Clegg Food Projects provides solutions for major food operations all over the country, including design, engineering, specialist construction and consultancy.


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