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Yorkshire manufacturer secures 5m tank track export orders

The William Cook group, the Sheffield- and Leeds-based engineering company, has won export orders exceeding 5 million for its tank track systems.

The clients are supplying its custom-designed tracks for an allied regional power in the center East in the deal worth 3 million.

William Cook can also be manufacturing tracks worth 2 million for that friendly nation in the Eastern Mediterranean.

The UK government enjoys strong bilateral relations with both countries.

MD Chris Seymour said: “We are proud to remain flying the flag for British manufacturing when the trusted supplier of track systems to defence ministries and also their contractors in Anglophile countries around the globe.

“We always commit to our business for future growth by having new technology and talent at our manufacturing plants in Sheffield, Leeds and Stanhope.”

William Cook is focused to unveil major new investment at its Stanhope plant in County Durham later at the moment.

The group’s defence division is on target for just a record year with sales well over 25 million.

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