Significant investment sees manufacturing capacity double

Following significant investment in state-of-the-art manufacturing and storage space at its Bridgwater facility, Marsh Industries has more than doubled its production capacity over the past three years, vastly improving delivery schedules and customer service.

Marsh Industries manufactures a broad portfolio of off-mains drainage products for the domestic, commercial, and agricultural sectors.

Providing a new level of manufacturing excellence and customer service Steve Boyer, MD at Marsh, said “Over the past few years we have invested in our manufacturing facilities and product solutions enhancing our capability to provide customers with the right product at the right time for virtually every project.”

“In 2020, against the backdrop of the Covid pandemic, we added 4,000 sq ft of manufacturing and office space at our Bridgwater site to accommodate our health and safety and service teams.”

“During 2021 we added an additional 15,000 sq ft building which should allow us to increase the production volume of our flagship product, the Marsh Ensign domestic sewage treatment plant. It is expected that by February 2022, we will be capable of producing 200 units per week.”

“The demand for Marsh products is driven by the sector’s need for efficient, economical and environmentally sensitive products. Our vast range of solutions are type-tested and certified to ensure compliance with relevant environmental permitting programmes and building regulations.”

“What we have achieved over the past few years takes investment, foresight, and a lot of very hard work. I am extremely proud of the team’s achievements here at Marsh.”, concluded Mr Boyer.

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