Angel Springs Acquires Water at Work (Hertford)

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Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the entire cooler base of Water at Work (Hertford).

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Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the entire cooler base of Water at Work (Hertford).

Angel Springs, the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of the entire cooler base of Water at Work (Hertford).

Water at Work (Hertford) is a family-owned business based in Hertfordshire, with most of its mains-fed and bottled water coolers based in London and the northern Home Counties.

The company fits well with Angel Spring’s Chiltern distribution centre, based in Tring, Hertfordshire, which will enable the firm to increase its customer density and service efficiencies in the immediate area.

John Dundon, Angel Springs’ Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted to welcome the Water at Work customers into the Angel network.

“We have built our business on great service, and look forward to extending this to our new customers. We are the fastest-growing national supplier of bottled and mains-fed water coolers, and continue to seek opportunities to strengthen our national network.”

Since the formation of three regional business centres in 2003, Angel has more than doubled in size through organic growth and acquisition.

New depots in Kent and Dorset have recently been opened to service growing customer bases in the south east and around the south coast.

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Angel Springs is the longest-running water cooler company in the UK, supplying customers with fresh spring water, water coolers and water boilers for 21 years. The company employs 180 staff and is committed to working and developing successful relationships with local community groups, charities and businesses across the UK.

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