Belfast firm wins £2.5 million Scottish deal

Belfast company Silotank has secured a public sector contract in Scotland valued at £2.5 million (€2.8million).

6th March, 2010

Belfast company Silotank has secured a public sector contract in Scotland valued at £2.5 million (€2.8million).

The two year deal, to supply tanks for use in water and waste water treatment facilities on the Scottish mainland and islands, extends an existing £1 million (€1.1 million) contract agreed in 2006.

Silotank’s managing director, Séamus Carmichael, described it as a major coup, which would, he said, provide ‘‘valuable, stable work’’ for the company over the course of...

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