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DECCO Announces New Clean Utilities Service Program

DECCO Announces New Clean Utilities Service Program

DECCO expands its service offerings to support clients throughout New England DECCO’s new Clean Utilities Service Program provides life sciences and research facilities with comprehensive equipment installation, inspection, certification, and preventative maintenance...

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DECCO, Inc. Earns Great Place to Work Certification™

DECCO, Inc. Earns Great Place to Work Certification™

DECCO, Inc. Earns Great Place to Work Certification™ Nashua, NH — DECCO, Inc. is proud to announce that the company has been Certified™ by Great Place to Work® for 2022. The prestigious award is based entirely on what current employees say about their experience...

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DECCO Apprentices Win at Local Craft Championships

DECCO Apprentices Win at Local Craft Championships

Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors and the Gould Construction Institute hosted the Local Craft Championships in Medford, MA. This event allowed craft trainees and apprentices to showcase their skills and DECCO is...

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DECCO, Inc. Announces New Appointments Amid Continued Growth

Nashua, New Hampshire, October 17, 2022—DECCO, Inc. has announced new management positions amid recent growth and expansion of strategic business initiatives.  “We are excited to announce strategic new positions within DECCO,” notes Kyle Reagan, CEO, of DECCO, Inc. ...

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DECCO, Inc. Announces New Critical Equipment Handling Services

DECCO, Inc. Announces New Critical Equipment Handling Services

DECCO expands its service offerings to support clients throughout New England Nashua, New Hampshire, September 21, 2022—DECCO, Inc. has announced its newest service offering at the ISPE Boston Product Show, the premier one-day biopharmaceutical show in the Northeast....

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DECCO Celebrates National Welding Month

DECCO Celebrates National Welding Month

💫 Advancing manufacturing technology has created more uses for welding in the workplace and new materials are creating a greater need for an innovative and highly trained welder workforce.  The U.S. will need over 314,000 welding professionals by 2024. 💫 At At our Tim...

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