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Kershaw builds M&E business at Waitrose

06 May 2010

Following its contract win last year for M&E at 39 Waitrose stores, Kershaw Mechanical Services has won £1.2m more business

Kershaw Mechanical Services has received three new orders from its long-term client Waitrose to complete the mechanical installation in three stores being built, converted or refurbished. It's the latest order for the company, which has worked with Waitrose and a number of other supermarket chains for several years.
Ian Greenstock is the sales director for Kershaw Mechanical Services, and said: "Waitrose are a pleasure to work with and highly professional in their dealings. We have developed a trusted partnership over a number of years and look forward to completing these latest store projects."
The three new orders are:
• £600,000 of mechanical installation at a new Waitrose store in Poynton, Manchester
• An extension and refurbishment worth £300,000, at a Waitrose in Richmond, Surrey
• £300,000 of mechanical installation at a store conversion in Menai Bridge, Wales
Kershaw Mechanical Services has worked with a number of supermarkets including Waitrose over the last few years.
 








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