Archive for March, 2011
Japan confirms Plutonium in soil samples at Fukushima Daiichi. After taking soil samples at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Japanese authorities today confirmed finding traces of plutonium that most likely resulted from the recent nuclear accident caused by the recent earthquake and subsequent tsunami. For the full story and updates follow www.iaea.orgRead More
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Pudq65HW2A The extensive experience of Matom in nuclear power came to the front last week as we were interviewed first by the Daily Telegraph for a front page feature, followed by a number of interviews for; ITV News at 10, BBC World Service, BBC Regional Services, Sky News. For the Daily Telegraph article please follow […]Read More
The Matom website provides comprehensive access to the full range of Matom services. Presenting our expansive portfolio of services and solutions the new website has a whole new look and feel. It also offers a secure login for our partners as well as an opt-in newsletter facility for our customers and followers. Over the coming […]Read More
Great facilities combine with ease of access from elsewhere in the UK and overseas to make this a great centre for focussed customer support. Matom is very pleased to announce that it has relocated our main office to new premises just outside Caernarfon in North Wales. This strategic location is close to 2 nuclear facilities […]Read More
Matt Tuck will be in New York and Chicago as part of a UK delegation of expert counter-terrorism suppliers.
Matt Tuck, Business Director of Matom Ltd, will be attending the CSARN/Tiny-g Transatlantic Resilience Exchange (TRE) as part of a UK delegation of expert counter-terrorism suppliers. The New York conference is to be held at Mizuho, 1251 Avenue of the Americas on April 4th and the Chicago conference is to be held at prestigious Willis […]Read More