Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Derby recruitment business secures Network Rail contract extension

Derby-headquartered recruitment business, RTC Group has extended its contract with Network Rail, through RTC’s subsidiary, Ganymede, until 31 March 2021.

Ganymede provides safety critical staff to industry and in 2015 was chosen by Network Rail to be a key strategic partner for their CP5 (control period five) programme of work.

This extension, along with the initial contract term covers the first two years of CP6 (control period 6), a five year £35bn spending and investment programme into the UK’s railway network announced by government in October 2018.

Commenting on the award, Andy Pendlebury, CEO, said: “This extension is a result of the excellent service that Ganymede delivers to Network Rail. I would like to extend my thanks and congratulations to the whole team at Ganymede for all their hard work and commitment.”

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