Building on the success that ETL’s sister company Roland Plastics Ltd has been seeing in the construction trade, ETL has secured nearly £400,000 of orders this week from UK Motorway Network.  The orders for various parts are to be delivered in 2020 and complement the strong order book.

Jonathan Paul, Director said “With these orders it is a sure sign that infrastructure projects in the UK are continuing to progress even during these difficult times.”

The orders for cable, cable assemblies and switch boxes for motorways ensure ETL have a diverse product portfolio also covering Defence, Industrial and Renewables.

Barrie Hayter, Business Development Executive said “ETL’s strength lies in its broad market diversification with competitive rates. This allows us to work in the high volume industrial markets at the same time as the low volume Highways and Defence sectors.  Quality remains high in all areas.”