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New business in the pipeline at NEPIC conference

Jet Aire are looking to add some substantial business to the pipeline following our appearance as an exhibitor at NEPIC’s Meet the Members conference & exhibition, the premier industry event for the North East’s chemical-processing sector.


Held once again at Wynyard Hall in Billingham, the 9th edition of this vibrant annual event attracted more than 600 delegates, including investors, manufacturers and suppliers from across North East England’s chemical-processing sector. A packed programme highlighted the investment projects that lie ahead for the region and featured inspirational speakers and businesses showcasing growth success stories. 


Jet Aire’s Sales & Marketing Manager, Clark Williams, said:


“Jet Aire Services have been a NEPIC member since 2017 and the Meet the Members conference is always an outstanding opportunity to make new connections, highlight our credentials and impart our expertise as a specialist supplier in this sector. Developing business with some of the biggest names in chemical-processing has been a key element of Jet Aire’s long-term strategy and we have invested heavily in the skills and technology required to meet the very exacting operational demands of this industry. Jet Aire’s engineers are trained to comply with the Control of Major Accident Hazards regulations which apply to chemical-processing sites.


“The 2019 Meet the Members once again proved to be very worthwhile. We shared ideas with many like-minded businesses and opened up one-to-one discussions with representatives from a number of high-profile organisations. The sector in this region appears to be in good shape and we are feeling very positive about the opportunities ahead.”


Jet Aire’s specialist equipment for the maintenance of potentially hazardous sites includes explosion-proof Atex Rated Zone 1 CCTV cameras for the surveying of drainage networks to identify any existing or potential issues. As well as servicing chemical-processing companies, the company provides drainage maintenance at major power stations on behalf of energy suppliers.