Nuclear firm calls for help

Friday, September 19, 2008

International Nuclear Services (INS) has issued a big-money brief for world-wide PR support.

INS was created out of the 'spent fuel services' business of Sellafield to provide a service to more than 20 global utility firms. It manages the transportation of their nuclear waste and subsequent reprocessing at Sellafield.

The brief is worth around £550,000 over four years.

Sellafield press officer Steve Barnes said: 'This role can only be delivered by a specialised firm that has in-depth knowledge of international relations and the issues of transportation of nuclear materials overseas.'

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