Selwood moves to new larger pumping solutions centre in Glasgow and announces recruitment drive as it grows its Scottish operation

Pumping solutions specialist Selwood has opened a new multi-million-pound centre in Wishaw, Glasgow, as it continues to grow its operations across Scotland.

The company, the UK’s leading pumping specialist for the water and construction industries, expects to create additional jobs over the next few years as it grows to meet the demands of customers, including Scottish Water.

Along with Selwood’s branches in Aberdeen and Edinburgh, the new larger Glasgow Pumping Solutions Centre brings increased capacity, a bigger team and an expanded offering to customers throughout Scotland.

John Lovell, Managing Director, Selwood Pump Rental Solutions, said: “The opening of our new Glasgow centre underlines Selwood’s reputation as the leading pumping solutions company in the UK, and supports our reputation as the go-to provider in Scotland.

“It is a major investment that enables us to build upon the outstanding service and product range we offer all our customers, from independent contractors to major utility and construction companies.

“We are very much looking forward to welcoming customers to the new Selwood Glasgow Pumping Solutions Centre.”

The opening of the new premises follows Selwood’s successful bid to be awarded a key framework position as a preferred provider of diesel and electric pumps to Scottish Water, supporting its capital and Operational Delivery Programmes.

It also comes as Selwood continues to make large investments in its pump fleet, which recently hit a milestone with 5,000 pump units available for rental across its UK-wide branch network.

The new premises is at Unit D, Canyon Road, on the Netherton Industrial Estate, Wishaw, ML2 0EG.

SourceSelwood

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