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From left: Security guard Irwin Haggan; Mercury's Liam Cullen and Almac's Wayne McMeekin

From left: Security guard Irwin Haggan; Mercury's Liam Cullen and Almac's Wayne McMeekin

From left: Security guard Irwin Haggan; Mercury's Liam Cullen and Almac's Wayne McMeekin

Northern Ireland's largest independently-owned security company Mercury has expanded its portfolio of UK clients after being awarded a new contract at Almac Group's Charnwood campus in Leicestershire.

The announcement marks a continued expansion into the British market for the firm, which has signed new deals with shopping centres Hammersmith Broadway and Fulham Broadway, as well as expanding contracts with Office Outlet and HMV stores.

Lisburn-based Mercury said it was "encouraged" to see the company recognised by a firm the size of global pharmaceutical giant Almac.

Liam Cullen, Mercury regional director, said: "We're delighted to have been appointed to provide a comprehensive security service at Almac's Charnwood campus."

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