Osprey signs two big customers in Scotland

Andrews, Annabel
March 2009
Utility Week;3/27/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Anglian Water subsidiary Osprey has signed up two large business customers in Scotland. A deal has been signed by Osprey to supply water to 100 Belhaven pubs, owned by Greene King. The company has also signed up large seafood processing company Dawnfresh Seafoods. Alan Sutherland, the chief executive of Scottish water regulator Wics, expressed his frustration at the slow progress towards competition in England and Wales.


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