Posted by: John Brace | 17 January 2013

Economy and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Wirral Council) 16th January 2012 Presentation by CETCO

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Last night’s Economy and Regeneration Overview and Scrutiny Committee started a few minutes later than planned and the first part of the meeting (about half an hour) is above which can be viewed in High Definition (if your internet connection is fast enough for HD video). The meeting itself starts at 2m30s in.

Most of the first half hour is a presentation by CETCO who manufacture waterproof linings used in the construction industry.

The representative from CETCO told those present about what CETCO did and how its American parent company had originally wanted to close CETCO’s operation on the Wirral which would have led to a loss of about fifty jobs. However thanks to help (and some investment in automation) from Wirral Council they were able to convince the parent company to keep CETCO on the Wirral and there were only a handful of job losses.