Durata is the latest technology-based businesses hoping to increase presence in the Tees Valley


TeesAMP welcomes Durata UK


Durata UK is the latest company to announce TeesAMP as its new base.

The company employs 20 people and specialises in critical power infrastructure for data-led industries such as banks, hospitals and government sites.

Durata operates throughout the UK and Europe as well as the Middle East and is aiming to grow its presence in the Tees Valley and develop relationships with technology focused businesses in the area.

Already well established in the south of England, Durata are preferred suppliers to high profile organisations providing world-leading energy technologies and real-time automation services into integrated solutions for data centres, infrastructure and industries.

Developer Geoff Hogg, Chief Executive of Chaloner Group, said: “We are exceptionally proud to welcome the Durata team to their new office on the TeesAMP development.  We are confident that this will give them the opportunity to further expand into the Tees Valley area and the wider Northern region.

“The interest in the TeesAMP development from the technology and manufacturing sectors has been considerable, and we are looking forward to planning and seeing work begin on Phase Two soon.”

John McGee, Managing Director of Durata, said: “Our move to the prestigious TeesAMP development has been part of our strategic plans for the last two years, and we are proud that we are able to grow our presence in our home town of Middlesbrough.

“TeesAMP gives us the opportunity to attract new clients in and around Tees Valley, and our focus is very much on the innovative companies, and industry-leading cluster of technology based businesses that are right here on our doorstep.”

Councillor Ashley Waters, Executive Member for Regeneration at Middlesbrough Council, said: “TeesAMP is a hugely significant project for Middlesbrough and the wider Tees Valley, and we’re thrilled that it is already attracting businesses and creating job opportunities for local people.

“It’s great to see Durata scaling up its operations within Middlesbrough’s thriving digital and technology sectors. I wish them all the best in their new home at TeesAMP.”

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