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Scott Parnell opens new depot in Leeds

Published: 20 August 2019 - Kiran Grewal
 

Civil drainage supplies specialist, Scott Parnell has announced the opening of its new depot in Leeds, located at Intermezzo Drive, off Pontefract Road, Stourton.

This will be the fifth branch for the company, which launched from its Witham Head Office in 2012. It also has branches at Romford, Milton Keynes and Aberdare in Wales.

The business, which was set up by founders and current directors Dave Scott and Steve Parnell, has gone from strength to strength over the past seven years. As well as its civils and drainage supplies, it is an exclusive provider of a range of innovative Network Rail-approved products, including ArcoSystem, TouchSafe and the recently launched postmix alternative, Techno-Crete. It also has a successful water management sub-contractor service – Scott Parnell Water Management Ltd.

The company have said the new branch at Leeds will enable Scott Parnell to expand its business even further in the north of England with improved distribution channels with a clear focus on delivering the high quality customer service and expertise it is renowned for.

Scott Parnell Leeds will be headed up by the company’s Northern regional director, Steven Holroyd. He commented: “The addition of our Leeds depot is a really exciting development for the whole Scott Parnell team. As the business continues to grow and develop, it will enable us to finely tune our service across, not only the north of England, but the whole of the UK.”

 

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