MPW: ‘I’ll be happy to take the blame’
When MPW’s new industrial services division was created, there was no word on whether the company would also offer industrial services to the federal government.
But the move has now been extended and the MPW will now offer services to federal governments as well as private sector employers.
MPW has now expanded its operations to include the federal and private sector.
But MPW is also making an attempt to expand its operations beyond federal government employees.
MPW was founded in 2007 and it currently employs approximately 5,400 people across the country.
The company has already offered industrial services for a number of federal government agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Department of Agriculture, the Food and Drug Administration and the Department the Bureau for Food and Drugs.
The MPW team of three to four people is expected to grow by five or six to six per cent annually and the company is expected by 2020 to employ about 30,000 people.
“The company’s growth will be driven by an increased need for skilled workers and a growing demand for industrial services,” MPW President, Matt Jones said in a statement.
Jones added that MPW could have expanded to the private sector in the past, but decided to open its doors to the public.
“We will now expand our industrial services offerings to both the federal public and private sectors,” Jones said.
MPw has also announced that it will be expanding its services to both state and local governments.
“Our focus is on providing quality industrial services across the nation and around the world,” Jones added.
With files from The Canadian Press