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SCOTTISH firm Panton McLeod has won a three-year framework contract with Welsh Water for traditional ‘drain-down’ activities of inspection, cleaning and disinfection as well as repair and refurbishment. The deal has an option for a two-year extension.
Iain Weir, chief operating officer, said: “Securing a three-year contract is a strong step forward in aiding the company’s expansion and growth throughout the UK.”
To support the latest project the company has set up a base a base in Monmouth.

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