Firm signs deal to go nuclear

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A HAVANT firm is close to penning a deal to produce signs for a nuclear research centre in the south of France.

The deal would see Havant Signs and Plastics, known locally as HSP, installing and maintaining all the internal and external signs at the organisation’s new complex.

The firm’s owner, Clive Joyce, said: ‘This is a magnificent achievement for us and only goes to show that striving to maintain excellence has its rewards.’

The firm was told it had won the deal only recently, but was not expecting to hear until later in June.

Mr Joyce continued: ‘This has been a concerted effort from the dedicated team here at Havant Signs and Plastics HSP and we look forward to delivering to this exciting venture.’

The signs will be installed at the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, at Cadarache in southern France.