Dale looks to The Humber for new business

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Scarborough-based Dale Power Solutions is to expand into The Humber region in a bid to grow its renewable energy portfolio and bring more work to its local base.

The company, which makes and services uninterrupted power systems and generators, is the latest company to join Hull-based Team Humber Marine Alliance (THMA).

Mark Carter, business support manager at Dale Power, said there was endless scope for business opportunities in the company’s quest to become the UK’s largest provider of secure power solutions and that they had already identified possible partnerships with Team Humber member companies.

“The Humber is a major potential market for us for the sale and servicing of diesel generators and uninterrupted power systems for all applications which require critical back-up power,” he added.

Dale Power has completed a number of offshore work contracts including the supply of a series of power systems and batteries for several wind farm platforms in the North Sea and elsewhere. It has supplied power systems to various North Sea oil and gas platforms for over 40 years.

Mark O’Reilly, Team Humber director, said: “By joining us, Dale Power has access to more than 190 member companies in Hull, Grimsby, Goole and the wider Humber region and they can also benefit from our collaborative strength.

“This will also allow the company to build on significant investment at its Scarborough site while tying into the success of THMA’s inward and outward missions, and our marketing and exhibition activities across the UK and Europe.”

Dale Power’s potential markets include marine, power stations, electricity substations, oil and gas installations (on and offshore), offshore wind farm projects, process industries, hospitals and data centres.

The company, which was established in 1935 and is now based in the Eastifeld Industrial Estate, has grown into one of the biggest in the UK and has contracts and millions of customers across the globe.

Other new Team Humber members include AK Sheet Metal, CLS Offshore, Humber RIBS, LCS Group and Seymour & Castle.