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Forum: Industry News & Whispers
Discussion:  Briggs North East
Number of messages: 5

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Phil3
Haydock, United Kingdom
Any truth in the rumour that Briggs could be closing at Washington, heard a whisper today. Shame if true local businesses in NE like local service, but from what I hear won't bother them at all.
Anybody know anything.

Posted 29 Sep 2017 06:44 AM Reply  Report this message
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heightlift
North, United Kingdom
There is 'To Let' signs on the building but that could just be advertising.

Posted 30 Sep 2017 01:06 AM Reply  Report this message
damien_y
We dont have them, United Kingdom
Briggs Gateshead is no more. Short sighted move imo? they will surely loose business from this move?

Posted 20 Dec 2017 05:42 AM Reply  Report this message
Phil3
Haydock, United Kingdom
Would be interesting to hear from someone in the know why it closed. Loosing business doesn’t seem to matter as long as it’s an overhead cost saving.

Posted 21 Dec 2017 03:30 AM Reply  Report this message
DonkeyPunch
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
They have probably got to save cash, either to meet funder repayments or profit expectations. On the other hand it might be part of a plan to raise further loans. Who knows, anyway it isnt anything to do with customer service. I doubt it will affect the big national contracts only the small users who pay a premium and pay on time. Never forget how your company was built....in Briggs case, its just by buying companies who did not forget any customer and grew by reputation, hard work and dedication, so they wouldnt know or care. There are still plenty of staff out there who value all talented staff and customers alike.

Posted 21 Dec 2017 08:34 PM Reply  Report this message


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