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Dantec announces strongest year of trading to date

Dantec, a composite hose manufacturer based in Moreton, Merseyside, has announced its strongest year of trading since being established in 1969, driving turnover to £5.6m with pretax profits of £454,000.

According to John Laidlaw, the company’s managing director, sales are being driven by a thriving export market.

The company’s hoses are used to transfer petrol, oil products, chemicals and liquefied gases.

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