Industrial revolution of Black Country starts again

From nuts and bolts to recording studios, the new industrial revolution of the Black Country begins today.

It has been revealed that eight more companies have won grants worth £238,186 as part of the Green Shoots Fund set up by the Express & Star and the University of Wolverhampton.

The money, from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund, will enable them to take on dozens of new staff by investing in new equipment and innovative projects that will allow them to take on more work.

The latest recipients are Clarkwood Engineering in Wolverhampton, Process Fabrications in Willenhall, Venture Pressings in Cradley Heath, Longwear Alloys in West Bromwich, Total Construction Supplies in Willenhall, A&T Enclosures in Dudley, Thompson Audio Visual Communications in Wolverhampton and Windowtech Interframe in Aldridge.

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