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Case Studies

November 11, 2019 • Growing Your Business • Why Monmouthshire

Siltbuster wins top Manufacturing Innovation Award

Monmouth based Siltbuster, the UK’s leading water treatment specialist, has won a prestigious Made in Wales Award. At a glittering awards ceremony it was announced that the business had won the Manufacturing Innovation category, for its range of highly effective systems designed to treat alkaline, polluting concrete washwater.

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December 11, 2018 • Why Monmouthshire

Chepstow Plant International invests £33.5 million in its contract fleet

Chepstow Plant International has invested £33.5 million in its contract fleet of machinery over the past eight months, resulting in the company’s largest single year investment to date. The privately-owned mineral and aggregates contractor has increased its total fleet by 20% bringing its total number of front-line contracting machines to in excess of 400.

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November 28, 2017 • Why Monmouthshire

AluK (GB) relocates headquarters to Monmouthshire

AluK (GB), a leading designer and engineer of aluminium building systems, has acquired a major site in Chepstow, Monmouthshire, to enable significant expansion plans. The multi-million pound investment, one of the largest industrial deals to take place in Wales this decade, follows three years of substantial business growth in the UK market.

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November 28, 2017 • Why Monmouthshire

Downton continues expansion with Chepstow warehouse

Leading transport operator CM Downton has taken over the lease on a 20 acre (8.2 hectare) site incorporating a 282,000ft2 (26,200m2) warehouse in Chepstow, South Wales as part of its ongoing business development.

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Wentwood Timber branches out
January 13, 2017 • Why Monmouthshire

Wentwood Timber branches out

The growing range of uses for natural wood has led to expansion for a Monmouthshire sawmill. Wentwood Timber Centre near Chepstow has invested in a second sawmill to cope with increased demand for its natural Welsh hardwoods. Oak, ash beech, sycamore and other species are bought from local landowners and transformed into useable products, adding value to the local timber stock.

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