International Nuclear Services launches new strategy
04 April 2019
International Nuclear Services (INS) published its new 10 year strategy today (Thursday 4 April).
The INS Strategy 2019-2029 explains how the UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) subsidiary will use its unique nuclear transport capabilities to achieve its new vision – to be the best global provider of nuclear transport solutions.
Its new strategy is centred on four strategic objectives:
- Successfully deliver nuclear transport solutions to support the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)
- Operate commercially and be self-funding
- Deliver external business in transport and consultancy
- Support UK and other Governments’ wider policy objectives
INS will retain its primary objective to support the NDA mission, but its refreshed strategy also sets out how it will develop new nuclear transport and consultancy business opportunities in the UK and overseas to generate additional revenue, and deliver greater value to NDA.
INS Managing Director Seth Kybird said:
“Our strategy is exciting and ambitious. It challenges us to become a high-performing organisation, delivering quality transport solutions in support of the NDA, and serving new customers with a more diverse range of product offerings.
I’m confident we can rise to the challenge and achieve our vision to be the best global provider of nuclear transport solutions.”
Notes for Editors
INS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UK Government’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). Along with its subsidiary Pacific Nuclear Transport Ltd (PNTL) it is the world’s leading global transporter of nuclear materials. It has a world class safety record stretching back 40 years and over five million miles travelled without any incident involving the release of radioactivity. As well as supporting UK nuclear decommissioning it provides package design, licensing and nuclear transport services to the global specialist nuclear transport market.
Photo – A Pacific Nuclear Transport Ltd (PNTL) vessel at sea, PNTL is an INS subsidiary.
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