Process cooling and heating specialist is seen as a complement for I-R’sTrane chiller brandIngersoll-Rand has continued to expand its HVAC business with the purchase of process cooling and heating specialist ICS Cool Energy. I-R’s purchase of ICS Group Holdings will see ICS Cool Energy become part of the company’s Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning business, alongside chiller brand Trane.
Commitments from key banking groups seek to address concerns about ongoing financial viability of contractors that have lost work or money in construction giant’s collapseBusiness secretary Greg Clark has welcomed commitments from several banks to support small businesses facing financial difficulties as a result of the collapse of Carillion earlier this week as specialist contractors seek to assess longer-term impacts on their operations.
Organisation hopes next week to begin placing some individuals that commenced training under failed construction group in new roles, but warns of need for further employer supportThe Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) hopes to begin placing apprentices that were undergoing training with Carillion into new roles over the next week following the collapse of the construction and services giant.
Actually I couldn’t sit with my family as a result. A bug in Odeon system- error message during payment gives a Customer Services number that ISNT OPEN! No way of confirming payment or tickets booked.
Simply shocking for a big company not to provide cover -worthy of #youandyours! https://twitter.com/odeonhelp/status/955387005550120961
Provocative #Carillion question of the day: When did Messrs Lidington and Clark last try to novate contracts and TUPE workers over? The 48 hour ‘grace period’ to support private jobs is simply Unworkable.
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Selecting a term
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