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  Latest News Railway-bases supply of labour. At the beginning of September 2009 a Labour Supply division was added to the company. This specialises in the supply of high quality trained contractors involved in railway work. Such staff include, Engineering Supervisor (ES), Personal Track Safety (PTS), Crane Controller and Controller of Site Safety (COSS). This service will fulfil the needs of those companies that employ some railway train...Read More