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Beccles sport equipment maker MH Goals buys firm with products used at Wembley Stadium and Stade de France

PUBLISHED: 13:19 25 April 2017 | UPDATED: 13:19 25 April 2017

A groundsman marking out the pitch at Watford FC
Picture: Alan Cozzi

A groundsman marking out the pitch at Watford FC Picture: Alan Cozzi

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A sports equipment manufacturer has bought a firm which has made products used at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, formerly the Millennium Stadium, Wembley Stadium and the Stade de France in Paris.

MH Goals, based in Beccles, has acquired Pressure Jet Markers which makes line markers, used for painting the lines to show the different areas of pitches.

Managing director Mark Harrod has enjoyed a long working relationship with the firm and said he was “delighted” to bring the business into the group.

Line marker production has moved to the MH Goals manufacturing facility in Suffolk, to be made alongside its range of sports equipment, which includes that used in football, rugby and cricket.

Mr Harrod said: “I’m delighted that Pressure Jet’s products are now manufactured exclusively by MH Goals and that the Pressure Jet name is now part of the MH Goals family.”

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