Cubis is Europe's leading manufacturer of access chamber and ducting systems, used in the construction of infrastructure networks
Cubis products are installed in telecommunications networks, alongside railways and motorways, on waste water treatment works and in power stations. As a result of long standing relationships with companies such as British Telecom, Network Rail and Virgin Media, there are probably several Cubis products installed within yards of your front door.
Cubis was established in 2009 as a result of a merger of three companies in the access chamber and cover industry. Today, the company has four manufacturing sites in the UK and Ireland. Cubis Industries employs 122 people at its headquarters in Lurgan, County Armagh.. The company exports to over 25 countries worldwide.
In 2015, Cubis completed the acquisition of BVCI Pty Ltd., an Australian manufacturer of access chamber systems with locations on Australia’s east coast. This marks an exciting new chapter in a history of growth.
The company has developed an innovative approach in an old-fashioned industry. This has been achieved by developing quality products which replace traditional construction materials, like bricks and concrete, with lightweight plastics incorporating intelligent design features. These can be installed faster and ultimately saving customers time and money.
A commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is embedded within the culture of the company. Cubis prides itself on its approach to innovation, utilising new designs, manufacturing techniques and materials.
Cubis builds close relationships with its customers, allowing new products to be developed which meet the issues experienced when building infrastructure networks across the world.
Health and safety is the number one priority in the business. Cubis fully support the right of every employee to work in a safe environment, operating equipment and systems of work that mean we all go home safely at the end of each day.
Cubis also takes its responsibility to the environment seriously and works hard to address the challenges of climate change both through product design and careful management of processes.