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Harsco receives $2M for scaffolding contracts

Cumberland County-based Harsco Corp. recently landed four
contracts worth $2 million total for rental scaffolding and related services at
energy plants around the U.S.

Cumberland County-based Harsco Corp. recently landed four
contracts worth $2 million total for rental scaffolding and related services at
energy plants around the U.S.

Harsco Infrastructure, the division responsible for
non-residential construction services, will provide scaffolding to energy
plants in Florida, Louisiana,
Texas and West Virginia, according to the company.
Harsco will install and dismantle the scaffolding for crews to perform
maintenance to boilers and other power plant parts.

Harsco did not release the energy plant names or the
companies that own them.

The recurring infrastructure-maintenance sector has grown to
nearly 30 percent of Harsco Infrastructure’s annual revenues, according to the
company.

In 2008, Harsco Infrastructure saw $1.5 billion in sales, according
to its fourth-quarter report.

Scheduled maintenance of power plants and other
infrastructure is more resilient to economic cycles than commercial-construction
markets, according to the company.

Harsco, based in Wormleysburg, provides services and products to the non-residential
construction, energy, metals production, mining and railway industries.

Its shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol HSC.

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