Eneteq Services Limited Secures Mittel.se as Preferred Partner

Eneteq Services Ltd is pleased to announce a closer formal relationship with Europe’s leading electrofusion jointing and leak detection company, Mittel AB. This new stronger relationship will see Eneteq providing full support and coordination for all UK projects from our head office in Northamptonshire.

The new agreement will see Eneteq establish a dedicated Mittel workshop and warehouse capable of producing standard and bespoke joint casings as well as stocking core Mittel products and tooling. Eneteq will also act for Mittel as their UK representative for all future leak detection operations including survey, design and monitoring improving service levels to all UK customers.

‘In Eneteq, we have found a partner who shares our commitment to quality and customer value. Through the collaboration with Richard and Colin (the two directors of Eneteq), we want to bring the market leading services to UK District Energy providers, focusing on areas absolutely crucial to the long term success of this industry.’

Marcin Laczynski, UK Country Manager, Mittel

‘We are very pleased to announce the alliance between Eneteq and Mittel in the UK, building on our very successful longstanding relationship. This close partnership will bring significant additional benefit to our UK customers by enhancing the current jointing service with stockholding, UK fabrication, site/remote leak detection monitoring, leak detection and fault rectification. With the full support from Mittel, Eneteq will ensure all current and future UK customers continue to benefit from industry-leading district heating design, installation and operation.’

Richard Johnson (Eneteq Director)


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