Plasloc signs national agreement with Morgan Sindall Group

  • 26 Feb 2020

Innovative hoarding solutions specialist Plasloc has announced a national agreement with multi-billion-pound construction company Morgan Sindall Group.

Plasloc, which supplies hoarding solutions for major infrastructure and construction projects. will become one of the Morgan Sindall supply chain family, as the Devon-based company enjoys an exciting start to 2020.

Leigh Matthews, Plasloc Director (pictured above), commented: “This agreement is huge for Plasloc; we are extremely proud to be joining the Morgan Sindall Group Supply Chain Family and the opportunity to work together with them is hugely exciting.

“We have had sustained success for over 10 years and this agreement shows our commitment to driving the business forward towards even more success.”

Plasloc is a patented, sustainable and freestanding PVCu internal and external cladding system, which allows for quick installation and easy removal. It has been developed as an environmentally friendly alternative to standard building materials.

The Morgan Sindall Group provides infrastructure services in the highways, rail, aviation, energy, water and nuclear markets, including tunnel design; and construction services in education, healthcare, defence, commercial, industrial, leisure and retail.

Graham Edgell, Group Procurement Director, has worked closely with Plasloc on the agreement – he commented: “As a company that strives to deliver excellence in the built environment, choosing subcontractors who share our desire to provide the best solutions to the market is incredibly important to us.

“Plasloc have provided us with an exciting opportunity supplying sustainable construction hoardings that bring quality and value to our service offering and we are delighted to welcome them into the Morgan Sindall Group family.”

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