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Bank pumps £2.5m into concrete company

Concrete pumping, Invest further in business following £2.5m funding deal - SantanderCB

A St Helens-based concrete pumping company is poised to expand its fleet and invest further in the business following a £2.5m funding deal. Reilly Concrete Pumping, which has been involved in projects such as Liverpool's Kings Dock and the Mersey Gateway, secured the backing from Santander Corporate & Commercial. It now plans to grow its fleet of vehicle-mounted concrete pumping machines. Founder and director Brendan Reilly said: 'Our success is down to our ability to deliver simple solutions to complicated projects using state-of-the-art technology. We believe that our successful track record of working with high-level clients on major projects speaks for itself. We are very excited about the next phase of our company's growth as we look to build upon our previous successes.' Phillip Roscoe, relationship director for Santander Corporate & Commercial, said: 'The firm is a recognised and trusted brand by all those working within the industry. The management team has an excellent work ethic and an ability to differentiate themselves from competitors, and this makes the business a very exciting client to be working with.'


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