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11.02.19

Blog: Jacksons Fencing at EvoNorth 27-28 Feb 2019

Jacksons Fencing are proudly sponsoring and exhibiting at Evo North, a conference bringing together leaders from across the North of England responsible for shaping, building and delivering a Northern Powerhouse, later this month on the 27th and 28th February. The Northern Powerhouse is expected to create employment, improve public services and drive economic growth rivalling that of Asia. The two day event will discuss topics including Transport and Connectivity, Housing, Energy and Infrastructure and Education, Skills and Employment.

We are delighted to be supporting the event and the Northern Powerhouse project, our Chester branch has long had a close relationship with the local communities  and we aspire to strengthen not only our existing partnerships, but also to establish new ties to the towns, cities and people within the region. As the UK’s leading perimeter security and access control manufacturer and supplier, we eagerly anticipate being able to provide our passion for quality and the widest range of products to projects within the Northern Powerhouse.

Become a key supplier to the Northern Powerhouse at EvoNorth - Click here to find out more 

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