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Jacopa

Jacopa Opens New Office in South East

In response to on-going strong growth in the South East, wastewater systems and solutions specialists Jacopa have re-located from Maidstone to larger facilities at nearby Aylesford, Kent.

Jacopa AylesfordJacopa's Managing Director, Alex Lloyd said, "The market in the region, which encompasses two of the UK's major water companies, Thames Water and Southern Water, continues to be strong with a high level of interest in both our existing products and recently-launched new product lines. We are responding to this demand by expanding to add expert teams and resources into this key area of the UK. With much further interest anticipated in the advanced new products that we will be launching later this year and the services we also provide, it's vital that we have people on the ground to respond to customer needs."

The location places one of the company's expert professional teams at a geographic hub in the area , ensuring that it is able to be even more responsive to customer needs. The new office will form the base of Jacopa's team focused on SAF, MBR and tertiary treatment technologies and will house an expanded service facility with a new workshop and test facility that will enable rapid response to customer operational and maintenance demands.

Alex Lloyd said, "Our new Aylesford office is a fantastic example of Jacopa's ethos of delivering a comprehensive range of products for the wastewater market supported with excellent local customer care. This strong customer focus together with a highly respected product range and our substantial in-depth expertise underpins our sustained growth. The business is now the UK's number one provider for a range of important products and services for the wastewater sector and to keep our market leading position we need to be close to our customers."

www.jacopa.com