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Remploy Household Products and Toiletries

Order year

2003

Project type

New packaging facility for household and personal care products

Location

St Helens, Merseyside, UK

Products

Filled bottles of detergent, packaged soap, shower gel, washing up liquid, shampoo and conditioner

Estimated investment

£10.5 million

Completion

September 2004

Sponsor

Remploy Group

Main contractors

Williams, Tarr and Company Ltd, Prime Engineering Services

Subcontractors

Nova Weigh, Ekato, Endress + Hauser, Boiler Tech, Precision Pneumatics, Aegis
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