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Manchester Evening News - - BUSINESS - By SHELINA BEGUM

AL­TRIN­CHAM-head­quar­tered in­ter­na­tional re­cruiter NES Global Tal­ent has opened a new of­fice in Manch­ester city cen­tre.

The new of­fice is lo­cated in Chapel Walks and houses the sales and op­er­a­tions teams.

NES, which spe­cialises in plac­ing en­gi­neers and project man­agers with clients in the oil and gas, en­ergy and in­fra­struc­ture sec­tors, said its global head­quar­ters will re­main at Sta­tion House in Al­trin­cham.

The firm said the new of­fice will en­sure it can keep up with client de­mand and fur­ther tap into the growth of Greater Manch­ester and the north west’s econ­omy by of­fer­ing lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties for those based in the re­gion.

Ed­die Halkett, man­ag­ing di­rec­tor for NES Global Tal­ent, UK, Europe & Africa, said: “The lo­cal econ­omy in our home town is buoy­ant and the Manch­ester sky­line is tes­ta­ment to that. To en­sure we can con­tinue to ex­ceed both can­di­date and client ex­pec­ta­tions we will be fur­ther in­creas­ing our ca­pa­bil­i­ties and head count across the whole spec­trum of our in­dus­try of­fer­ings.”

Mr Halkett said NES chose to open the of­fice in Manch­ester to “fur­ther en­hance our abil­ity to tap into the city’s ex­cep­tional pool of tal­ent par­tic­u­larly from the city’s uni­ver­si­ties, with more than 100,000 stu­dents across Manch­ester and Sal­ford”.

NES, which em­ploys more than 1,000 staff world­wide, said it seeks to con­tinue to ex­pand after it re­ported sales in­creased from $900m in 2017 to $1.1bn in 2018.

NES Global Tal­ent’s city cen­tre of­fice open­ing

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