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Pasquill adds new timber sites

Engineered timber solutions supplier Pasquill is to open four new sites this year, including Bury St Edmunds, Buckley in North Wales, Abingdon and Leeds.
The branch opening programme will create up to 50 new jobs and build upon the growth created last year when the group opened two new truss plants in Bodmin and Taunton, and a new Posi-joist production line in Redhill.

The new branches will enable Pasquill to widen its national reach, giving customers better access to engineered timber products and expertise. The company makes trussed rafters, floor cassettes, spandrel panels, roof panels, Posi-joists and other innovative timber solutions.

“By expanding our branch network and enhancing our manufacturing capabilities, we can give merchants and contractors the benefits of a local service provided by a national supplier that has impressive design and manufacturing expertise,” said Pasquill’s managing director, Stuart McKill.

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