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Great Yarmouth-based Future 50 firm JRT Heating and Plumbing invests in new van fleet

11:36 24 January 2013

Jason Hodds and his father Richard Hodds, directors of JRT Plumbing and Heating collecting their new fleet of vans after being sign written from Simon Clarke-Business and fleet specialist and George Ermini Owner of Sidegate Motors.

Jason Hodds and his father Richard Hodds, directors of JRT Plumbing and Heating collecting their new fleet of vans after being sign written from Simon Clarke-Business and fleet specialist and George Ermini Owner of Sidegate Motors.

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

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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2 comments

  • 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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