Website Revamp for Panton McLeod
Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
on behalf of Panton McLeod
Water Quality Engineering firm Panton McLeod has continued its ambitious expansion plans for 2010 by unveiling a new interactive website.
The firm, which inspects, repairs and cleans facilities used to store drinking water across the UK, has updated its website www.pantonmcleod.co.uk to showcase its extended services in the UK water sector.
The new website includes a regular news feed as well as a selection of videos showcasing the firm’s work – including traditional drain down cleans and underwater inspection services. It also provides extensive information about the Panton McLeod’s range of specialist cleaning products, which are used to clean water storage facilities in the UK and North America.
Managing director Iain Weir said: “We’ve been planning to introduce an updated website for some time now and a lot of hard work has gone into creating our new online home. Our old web presence wasn’t as informative as we would have liked it to be, so we have completely overhauled the site to make it easier to navigate and provide our clients with more information about our services.
“We wanted our website to be more interactive and allow both our existing clients and any new companies browsing the site to access more information about who we are and what we do.
“We’re carrying out a major expansion of our repairs division in 2010 and the new website will be a key factor in driving this plan forward. We want to use this website as a tool to help target our clients and provide them with useful information about the range of services we offer within the water industry and other sectors across the UK.
“We hope that our site will be seen as a reflection of our excellence in the water industry, further establishing our credentials as one of the country’s leading water quality engineers.”
Panton McLeod has 15 years experience at developing and applying highly specialised procedures to clean and disinfect the UK’s drinking water storage structures.
The firm has pioneered the use of underwater robots in the UK which are used to inspect and clean these structures while they are still on-line – meaning that there is no disruption to customers’ supplies.
For 2010, Panton McLeod will be placing great emphasis on the repair and refurbishment of drinking water storage structures across the country, having in recent years carried out repair projects for some of the UK’s biggest water companies.
In the past decade, the firm has grown from its headquarters in Newtown St Boswells adding further offices in Nottingham and in the United States. The U.S. base in Denver, Colorado, is the hub for its North American division Panton McLeod Americas – which is currently revolutionising the way drinking water storage and treatment structures are cleaned and disinfected across the USA.
This press release was distributed as part of a PR Scotland campaign by the public relations agency The Holyrood Partnership.