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Business takeover leaves Jet Aire Services better equipped to support rail contracts

A leading UK drainage expert says a recent acquisition has left it even better equipped to make tracks into the rail sector.

Environmental and energy infrastructure specialist Adler and Allan recently announced the takeover of drainage experts Jet Aire Services, which further expands the range of specialist environmental services.

Jet Aire Services is a leading drainage service provider in the North of England with over 170 employees and a broad range of services including drain, sewer clearing and cleaning, CCTV surveys, remedials, patch and specialist linings, waste removal and tankering.


With over 35 years’ experience, Jet Aire Services helps customers in a variety of sectors including water utilities, manufacturing, construction, housing, and local government as well as within the rail sector.

Adler and Allan is the UK’s leading provider of environmental and energy infrastructure services to reduce risk through managing assets through the full lifecycle, including design, planned preventative maintenance, upgrade, decommissioning and response.

The acquisition means Jet Aire’s PTS-trained crews will now have the capacity to carry out work secured by their new owners as well as dealing with inbound enquiries brought in by their dedicated sales team.

Ian Willis, Marketing Manager at Jet Aire Services, said: “We have gradually increased our workload within the rail sector over the last few months, and having invested heavily in hi-tech equipment – particularly during lockdown – we are well equipped to carry out works across the rail network.

“We are well-known across the North of England with bases in Leeds, Teesside and Tyneside, but as Adler and Allan have several sites around the UK we now have more resources to call upon to take on either emergency reactive work or pre-planned contracts.

“There are challenging regulations in many sectors together with more dramatic weather patterns causing frequent flooding events, and we know from experience just how damaging these incidents can be across the rail network.

“As part of the Adler and Allan group, we are now better equipped than ever to take on more work across the UK network.”

For more information about Jet Aire Services, call 0113 393 5500 or visit

For more information about Adler and Allan, visit

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