10 new jobs in £500,000 Chemostrat, Welshpool, expansion

A company which provides highly technical specialist geological services to the oil and gas industry has announced a £500,000 expansion that will see 10 jobs created.

Chemostrat is doubling its laboratory and office space on Buttington Enterprise Park in Welshpool.

The firm specialises in the analysis of rock samples and provides data to the petroleum industry.

The Welsh government has given £100,000 towards the expansion.

Tim Pearce, managing director, of Chemostrat said: "This investment and expansion will enable us to offer an even better service to the industry and allow us to bring in-house work that was previously outsourced.

"This is helping to create jobs and growth locally, while ensuring we can provide a faster, more efficient and cost effective solutions for our clients."

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