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Shotton Mill Redevelopment, Flintshire 
6 Months 
AMB Recruitment Group is supporting the large-scale redevelopment of the Shotton Mill, breathing new life into this historically significant industrial site in Flintshire. 
The Shotton Mill, formerly a newsprint facility, is undergoing a transformation into a major cardboard and tissue production centre. The plans include new effluent treatment facilities with biogas capture, underscoring a commitment to sustainable production. The redevelopment will occur in multiple phases, ensuring a systematic approach to this complex transition. 
"AMB is providing workforce support throughout various phases of the Shotton Mill redevelopment. Our commitment to finding the right skills and expertise is critical to the project's success and the revitalisation of this key industrial area.” 

Scope of Work 

AMB plays a role in bringing new economic activity and employment to a historic industrial site supplying:  
- 20 Steel Fixers  
Expertise in infrastructure repair demonstrated AMB's ability to support complex and time-sensitive highway infrastructure projects. 
Collaborating with the team at Shotton Mills strengthens our continued relationship and our reputation for supplying candidates within the industrial sector. 
Project Outcome 
AMB played a crucial role in the successful redevelopment of Shotton Mill. By seamlessly supporting the transition from one industrial process to another, AMB demonstrated its adaptability to evolving project needs. Additionally, AMB's skilled labour placements across multiple development phases showcased strong project management capabilities. Furthermore, AMB actively contributed to eco-friendly industrial practices by supplying workers aligned with the project's sustainability goals. 

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