Great Yarmouth-based JRT Heating and Plumbing has invested £60,000 in two new vans and recruited a new apprentice.

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The firm, a member of the EDP Future 50, said the Peugeot Boxer L3H2 vans, purchased from Sidegate Motors, would allow the business to cover a greater area and take on larger-scale installation work, while also cutting carbon emissions and improving fuel economy.

The move comes as the company, which has established a renewable energy showroom in the town, also took on 22-year-old Great Yarmouth College student Anthony Male, who impressed bosses following a period of work experience with the firm.

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  • So what !. I bought a new car last year. No EDP reporters there to report on that, was there !.

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    "V"

    Thursday, January 24, 2013

  • I just hope they got a cast iron warranty as a lot of the French motor companies are closing shop they are making 7600 redundent this year as sales has plumeted by 29% in Europe.

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    Dave

    Thursday, January 24, 2013

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