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WHP Has Best Year Yet
By November 18, 2015 Read More →

WHP Has Best Year Yet

WHP is on track to record its best year yet, after winning several multi-million pound contracts in sectors from pharmaceutical to biotechnology. It had previously recorded a £20m turnover after building a major manufacturing facility for BASF Pharma in Scotland, but this year’s sales will be even higher. This year’s major projects include a new-build […]

WHP Launches Support Initiative for Budding Science Park Entrepreneurs
By November 12, 2015 Read More →

WHP Launches Support Initiative for Budding Science Park Entrepreneurs

Specialist engineer WH Partnership (WHP) and investment company NCL have joined forces to create an innovative support initiative for budding Science Park entrepreneurs. NCL’s recently-launched Discovery Park Technology Investments LP fund will identify and select young, high quality companies working in sustainable energy and biotechnology and give them the support they require for accelerated growth […]

WHP Completes Cancer Fighting Facility in Record Time
By November 11, 2015 Read More →

WHP Completes Cancer Fighting Facility in Record Time

WHP, one of the UK’s leading cleanroom design, engineering and construction companies, has recently completed TC Biopharm’s (TCB) new clinical manufacturing facility in Glasgow, which processes patients’ own cells in an innovative treatment to target and destroy cancer. Complies with UK Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Regulations Constructed to comply with stringent UK Good Manufacturing Practice […]

WH Partnership on Track for a £20m Turnover
By November 10, 2015 Read More →

WH Partnership on Track for a £20m Turnover

Engineering firm, WH Partnership, is on track to top a £20m turnover this year after landing a multi-million pound contract with a global leader in the pharmaceutical sector. The Gateshead firm, which operates in the pharmaceutical and personal care industries, is designing and building manufacturing facilities for BASF Pharma on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland. […]