| Tel: +44 (0) 28 7965 0500 | Web: http://www.creaghconcrete.com
Established in 1976, Creagh Concrete has grown to become one of the largest and most innovative producers of concrete products for a diverse range of market sectors throughout Ireland and the UK including construction; civil engineering; house building; gardening; and agricultural. Creagh designs, manufactures and supplies an extensive range of concrete products. The company operates from its head office in Toomebridge, Northern Ireland with bases in Ardboe, Dunloy, Draperstown and Magheraglass and also at Nottingham, England and Edinburgh, Scotland.
Creagh produces a diverse portfolio of products that continues to grow through research and new product development - the versatility of precast concrete ensures limitless possibilities and potential. Creagh’s success is built upon customer service and flexibility - each project is considered from the customer’s point of view providing them with tailored solutions.
Product categories supplied by Creagh include:
Bradstone paving , patio and building stone
The ethos of Creagh Concrete is building strong relationships with both its customers and employees. The company is committed to manufacturing quality products, providing products and services that meet customers’ specified contractual and project requirements and has developed an Integrated Management System that conforms to the requirements of: ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHAS 18001:2007. The scope of the registration covers the design, production, control and supply of precast and readymix concrete and production of aggregates for use in concrete products. Creagh Concrete is a member of the Quality Scheme for Readymix Concrete which certifies concrete to BSEN 8500 and operates a UKAS approved testing laboratory which meets the requirements of ISO 17025.
Business growth is facilitated through continuous product development, investment in state of the art production technology and the ongoing training and development of all employees. Creagh’s professional and dedicated workforce is committed to providing total customer satisfaction by treating customers as partners.
Bombardier Aerospace UK
| Tel: : +44 (0)28 9045 8444 | Web: http://uk.bombardier.com
Bombardier is the world’s leading manufacturer of both planes and trains.
In 1989, the world’s first aircraft manufacturer, Short Brothers plc (Shorts), was acquired by Bombardier from the UK Government. Since then, with Bombardier investment of almost £2.5 billion, they have become an integral part of the world's third largest civil aircraft manufacturer.
From design through manufacture to after-market support, Bombardier Aerospace, Belfast specialises in major aircraft structures including fuselages, wings, engine nacelle systems, and flight control surfaces in metal and advanced composites. With first-class capabilities and a workforce of around 6,000, the Belfast operation plays a pivotal role in all Bombardier's families of commercial and business aircraft. In addition to its headquarters in Belfast, the company has several other facilities located a short distance from the city. Customer services and composites production, including engine nacelles, are based at Newtownabbey and further composites production takes place in Dunmurry. Sheet-metal component production is based at Newtownards.
Renowned for their high standard products, the company has received 16 Queen’s Awards for Industry, 11 National Training Awards, and 24 Regional Training Awards. In addition to Bombardier programmes, customers include Airbus, General Electric, International Aero Engines, Irkut Corporation, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce.
A percentage of pre-tax profits is allocated to the Bombardier Aerospace (NI) Foundation each year to help fund Northern Ireland-based initiatives, mainly in the areas of environment, education and entrepreneurship. The foundation also supports employees who take part in volunteering projects in their local communities
Bombardier Aerospace is the largest manufacturing company in Northern Ireland and produces around 10 per cent of Northern Ireland's total manufacturing exports. Bombardier Aerospace’s activities in the UK and Ireland benefit over 800 suppliers and, in 2013, awarded them work worth around £284 million. The company leads the ADS Group’s SC21 (21st Century Supply Chains) programme in Northern Ireland, which addresses supply chain improvement and aims to increase the competitiveness of the UK aerospace and defence sector.
Bombardier Aerospace has a strategic presence in the UK and are committed to supporting the joint government and industry Aerospace Growth Partnership (AGP), which has led to the development of an Aerospace Industrial Strategy, launched in March 2013. The strategy aims to promote long-term growth, boost the number of skilled jobs, and enable the UK to foster innovative technologies to ensure it remains at the forefront of the global aerospace industry.
A key element of this strategy will be the UK Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), which represents a joint industry and Government investment of £2 billion over a seven-year period. The ATI will allow industry and academic researchers to develop technology for the next generation of quieter, more energy efficient aircraft, and it will help secure in the UK the research and development activity necessary to win work on future aircraft programmes.
The range of European and UK research programmes in which the company is involved are aimed at improving the environmental performance of future aircraft by reducing fuel burn and emissions through the use of advanced materials and advanced engineering technologies. Projects also focus on improving manufacturing efficiency and sustainability through the development of high value manufacturing processes required to deliver new, innovative product designs to meet and exceed customers’ needs and expectations.
Bombardier Belfast is a partner in the Northern Ireland Advanced Composites and Engineering centre (NIACE). NIACE is an industry-led, university-hosted technology hub for the research and development of advanced engineering and advanced materials technologies, particularly in the area of advanced composite technologies, and catering for a range of industrial sectors. Participating companies are co-located with academic staff from Queen’s University, Belfast and the University of Ulster to work together to develop world-class technology solutions for a breadth of manufacturing applications.
| Tel: 028 38 313100 | Web: http://www.cubis-systems.com/uk/
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.
| Tel: +44 (0) 28 8673 7348 | Web: http://www.forbesfurnituregroup.com
Forbes Furniture is a leading specialist provider of furniture and fittings to a wide range of sectors, including schools and colleges, health trusts, and the hospitality, hotel and leisure industries. They offer customers freestanding and fitted interior furniture solutions tailored to their individual needs.
Their portfolio includes a broad range of chairs, laboratory stools, classroom desks, reception seating, polypropylene chairs, event furniture, counters and bars, canteen furniture as well as a comprehensive selection of office furniture.
Forbes offers over 50 years’ experience in designing and manufacturing high quality furniture earning a firm reputation for professionalism, quality and reliability. In 2015, its founder and MD, Patsy Forbes, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Mid Ulster Business Awards. The young entrepreuneur set up his own furniture business at the age of just 21. He began making house furniture in Ardboe in 1965 and selling it through a shared showroom in Portadown. Since then he has built Forbes Furniture Group into the leading contracts and home furnishings company that it is today.
Fundamental to their ethos throughout this six decade history has been a responsible attitude to customer needs. Knowledge that the best furniture combines functionality, comfort and aesthetic appeal combined with an ability to respond flexibly to changing customer needs has been the basis of an enduring positive track record.
Gray & Adams
| Tel: +44 (0) 2890 342160 | Web: http://www.gray-adams.com
Since being established in 1957 in Fraserburgh, Scotland, Gray & Adams has grown substantially and now consists of four well established manufacturing sites within the UK and Ireland. Since the founding of the company, Gray & Adams has evolved as a manufacturer, evidenced by the vast product range and bespoke capabilities.
Traditionally, the core product portfolio included a complete range of refrigerated trailers and rigid bodies but twin and lifting deck trailers now also make up a large proportion of production, both in dry freight and refrigerated configurations. Market demand has also prompted Gray & Adams to diversify the product range to include refrigerated storage solutions, insulated side access loading trailers and mobile shop facilities as well as highly specified chick carrying and prisoner escort vehicles. The range also incorporates the conversion of panel vans for temperature-controlled operations.
A comprehensive after sales support system is also integrated into our portfolio to enhance the lifecycle efficiency of your fleet.
Today, the group turns over in the region of £100 million per year. Supplying most of the supermarket chains in the UK and in fact, they are now the only refrigerated manufacturer still supplying Tesco out of an original list of approved suppliers. As well as the high profile retail customers, they supply most major foodservices companies, chilled and frozen food distributors and haulage / logistics companies, as well as leading dairy companies, other food wholesalers / manufacturers and many key parcel delivery companies. Having said this, at Gray & Adams believe in treating all customers with the same importance regardless of their size or status and the same attention to detail is paid when designing a product for the smallest owner-driver business as is given to the largest logistics operation.
Since Gray & Adams Ireland gained BS EN ISO 9001:2000 certification in August 2007, the company now has group-wide accreditation to the standard, giving customers assurance that they will always receive a high quality, consistent product.
Remaining family owned, they have maintained a traditional approach to business even within the structure of what is now a large enterprise. Gray & Adams' business is always carried out with a personal and hands-on approach but through our unwavering commitment to product, service and site development, they are now at the forefront of the industry as the UK's leading manufacturer of bespoke trailers and vehicles for temperature-controlled and specialised dry freight applications.
Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries
| Web: www.harland-wolff.com
Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Limited is a leader in design engineering, ship repair & conversion, manufacturing, assembly and logistical services for renewable energy projects
Founded in 1861 Harland and Wolff are renowned as an innovative engineering company having designed and built some of the world's most beautiful ships. The superb facilities also provide a wide range of services for ship repair and conversion. Being a marine manufacturing expert allowed the development of products specifically designed for the Oil and Gas market.
This experience has recently fuelled the evolution into building structures for the renewable energy market. Harland and Wolff are continually developing new design and manufacturing methods that progress offshore energy commercialisation.
The world famous fabrication facilities also support the assembly and logistical methods that are neccessary to supply offshore wind farms, serving a customer base in the Irish sea and beyond.
The design engineering resource of Harland and Wolff is one of the largest independent and most experienced marine design engineering consultancies with expertise on numerous challenging projects for the merchant, naval and offshore sectors. The facility is fully networked and supported by a modern in-house IT department.
Ship design, building and repair
Ship and offshore unit design
Ship and offshore unit repair and conversion
Ship and offshore unit building
Ship and offshore unit decommissioning
Heavy marine engineering
Design and build offshore substation platforms and modules
Design and build offshore foundations for turbines, met masts and substations
Detail design and build of renewable energy devices and prototypes
Offshore Wind Farm logistics base
Large storage facility, assembly and load-out specialists
On-shore engineering design and manufacture support
Design Engineering Services
Marine design consultancy
R A Irwin
| Tel: +44 (0)28 3833 6215 | Web: http://blinds.ra-irwin.co.uk
R A Irwin is a 63 year old family-owned and run textile manufacturing company. Now into its 3rd generation it manufactures creative, innovative and design-led fabrics for the window fashion and mattress ticking markets.
Uniquely vertically-integrated, the firm can make special yarns, warp, weave, laminate, print and stenter virtually all of its own fabrics. This gives it unbelievable control and leads to the firm’s unsurpassed quality, service and reputation for solving problems quickly. Add to these manufacturing capabilities, the in-house design team and direct-to-trade sales channels for an unmatched customer experience.
R A Irwin was founded in 1951 by Alex Irwin (Robert Alexander Irwin). The original business was a handkerchief sewing operation based in Magheralin, but the rise of paper tissues brought an end to the woven handkerchief business. By the end of the1960’s the company was utilizing its stitching facilities to convert warp knitted fabrics into sheets and bedspreads which it sold to the UK and Irish retail and mail order outlet. In 1968 a space was rented in a vacant mill in Portadown and a modern wide width dyeing and finishing facility was set up, followed in 1971 with the installation of a wide width rotary screen printer, one of the first of its type in the world. 1980 saw the death of Alex Irwin and control of the business passing to his 2 sons – Ian and Gordon.
As the warp knitting industry fell into decline in the mid 1970’s the company moved into stitch bonding. These fabrics were being printed for the bed cover and curtain market and also, significantly, for the mattress manufacturing industry.
The next major event was a fire in 1985 which completely destroyed the Portadown factory. This event would have finished off many businesses, but the company designed and installed a large stitch bonding and printing plant in a custom built factory on the site specifically for the mattress market.
The 1990’s saw R A Irwin grow rapidly. In 1992 a new factory was to set up to facilitate an innovative £3m non-woven line. This plant manufactured a high tenacity needle-punched fabric for the furniture and bedding trade. This became the “Raitex” division. The fabric was primarily used for spring pocketing in mattresses and linings for furniture. It also marked the first significant experiences for the company in export markets. Agents were appointed in France, Germany, Poland, Spain and Taiwan. For a while Raitex looked like it could become a runaway success; however the advent of cheaper spun-bond fabrics undercut the market for Raitex.
So the next major strategic turn was very important for the company today – window blinds.
R A Irwin was approached by a group of window blind makers who used Stitchbond as a low-cost vertical blind. Trials were done and a usable product manufactured to sell to this new market, which was hungry for fresh supply lines.
Raitex was closed in 2004 and the proceeds from the sale of the plant were re-invested in more weaving looms, to bring the total number of machines up to 32.
In the firm’s recent history, one of the key strategic investments has been in digital printing technology. This technology complemented the in-house designers’ print backgrounds and flair. It also underpinned the company’s ability to respond quickly to trends and give our customers what they want and need.
The culture of innovation is alive and well at R A Irwin. The firm continues to develop new products, invest in design and manufacturing capability. With deep and strong foundations the company is well-placed to adapt, survive and thrive, especially so in the fast-changing world of home furnishings in the 21st Century.
| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: +44 (028) 4176 3071 | Web: http://www.rooneyfish.com
Rooney Fish, Est: 1975 is a family run business with John Rooney, his wife Rosemary and son Andrew at it’s helm. It is the biggest fish processing plant of its kind in the whole of Ireland. They specialise in the processing of the finest catch from the Irish Sea including white fish, prawns and shellfish (King Scallops, Whelks, Periwinkles, Crab, Shrimp and Lobster) which it sells to customers throughout Europe and beyond. The main plant is located at quayside in Kilkeel ensuring the capturing of the freshest produce. The plant is 6000m sq. It is a modern fully EC approved facility with the most up-to-date technology. The processes currently running are: (1) Blast Freezing, (2) Nitrogen Freezing, (3) cooking facilities, (4) 5000 m sq. of cold storage capacity, (5) fully automated graders, (6) a variety of packaging operations and (7) an in-house laboratory facility. This is matched only by the highest standards in hygiene and sanitation supported by highly qualified and motivated teams of operatives. This is proven by our successful attainment of quality awards in food processing which is on-going and continuous.
Rooney Fish started out almost by accident: at least, that’s the idea you could get if you listened to John Rooney! “I was a jack of all trades,” he says. He started by training as a bricklayer, then became a car mechanic, and also worked for a while as a joiner. “I suppose you could say that I had a good background knowledge about anything to do with repairing old buildings or old vehicles.”
But, John had an entrepreneurial spirit, and when an accident prevented him from working for a while and a group of friends persuaded him to buy fish on their behalf at the Kilkeel fish auction and bring it to their factory in Wexford, the seeds were sown. “I progressed to having small premises of my own to fillet and smoke fish and pack whole prawns for Europe.” Purely by organic growth, larger premises were required as the business expanded until now it is not only one of the largest, but also one of the best equipped and technologically advanced fish processing plants serving European markets and turning over more than £6 million annually.
Rooney doesn’t just sell prawns of course. In addition to langoustines the boats bring in scallops, crab of various sorts, periwinkles, razor fish, mussels, oysters and shrimps. These are brought straight from the quayside to the factory, prepared to the strictest EU quality standards and Nitrogen fast frozen at -130 degrees. Packaging is done to the customers’ requirements and can be any way they want it – gas flush (MAP), shrink wrapped, vacuum packed or, for fresh product, in trays. The product leaves the factory, says John Rooney, ready for the consumer to pick it off the supermarket shelf in France the next day.
The business continues to expand too, with a new cooking line obtained from a leading supplier in Canada, at a cost of more than £500,000 and a £750 000 investment in state of the art cooking equipment.
The logistics have to be coordinated to get product to customers without delay. John Rooney explains: “We cook on mornings when we have to ship to Boulogne. If we cook this morning we have it in Boulogne tomorrow morning, and it is distributed from there to the supermarkets via Rooney’s distribution partner Agrifish based in Viterbo, from where it supplies the entire country, with other distributors in Spain (Barcelona) and France (Boulogne). Now it has its sights set on Eastern Europe and is already selling its products in Slovenia. In fact, John Rooney has created a business that provides high quality products and unrivalled customer service to discerning customers – a happy ‘accident’ indeed!
| Tel: 028 7965 0765 | Web: http://www.sdctrailers.com
Established in Toomebridge, Co. Antrim in 1978, SDC Trailers is the UK & Ireland's leading manufacturer of trailers to the road haulage, transport and logistics industries, specialising in curtainsiders, tippers, platforms, box vans, skeletals, urban trailers and extended length trailers.
Their philosophy is to understand your business, your logistics requirements and then tailor a solution to meet those needs.
From its foundation in 1978 the business expanded with the acquisition of Neville Charrold in Nottinghamshire in 1994 and the integration of MDF in 1998. With continue investment the company has three modern and efficent manufacturing facilities coping with the capacity and demands from todays transport industry.
SDC has two subsidiary groups including SDC Northern and SDC Parts. With continued investment, SDC has three modern and efficient manufacturing facilities that enables them to offer customers direct control over the entire manufacturing process.
SDC's production plants at Toomebridge and Antrim in Northern Ireland and Mansfield in England are amongst the most modern trailer manufacturing facilities in Europe and fully accredited to ISO 9001.
When you invest in an SDC trailer, you are not only investing in the best technology, quality and flexibility, you’re investing in the knowledge, expertise and understanding that comes from years of experience in the haulage industry.
Plant Hoses and Services
| Email: email@example.com | Tel: 028 9083 3813 | Web: www.planthoses.com
Plant Hoses was formed 13 years ago to provide the fastest and most convenient service available, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is now Northern Ireland's largest Hydraulic Hose Repair and Replacement Service. It is an independent (non-franchise) business and provides replacement hose for the transport, construction and quarrying, manufacturing, aerospace, marine and agricultural industries.
24/7 - 365 Days On site Service Vans
Plant Hoses operates Northern Ireland's largest fleet of 24 hours, 365 days a year on site hydraulic hose service vans operated by experienced service engineers. We promote fast response times to ensure that the downtime of your hydraulics is minimised.
Mallusk Service Centre
Plant Hoses Service Centre at Mallusk, allows customers to have custom built high pressure hose assembles made while you wait. The Service centre also carries a wide range of products to meet customer requirements for a range of industries.
Our Mallusk Service Centres and service vans are fully stocked with all the hoses and fittings required for the following industries:
- Facilities Management
| Tel: http://www.irwinsbakery.com | Web: http://www.irwinsbakery.com
WD Irwin and Sons Ltd operates Northern Ireland's largest independant plant bakery ‘Irwin's Bakery’ suppliers of some of the nations favourite brands; Nutty Krust, Irwin’s Softee, Rankin Selection and Howell Handmade.
It is a family owned and run company based in Portadown, Co Armagh. They have been baking bread for over 100 years. The exact date of opening of Irwin’s Bakery is unknown. However, an old paper trail assumes that in 1912 W.D. Irwin and his wife Ruth opened a small bakery in Portadown, Co Armagh. Ruth and her sister baked fresh bread for customers in the town. Word spread and demand for freshly baked goods soon grew.
Irwin’s continues to go from strength to strength not only in Northern Ireland but also with a strong presence across GB and Ireland. Employing almost 450 people locally Irwin’s have a growth strategy based on product quality, tradition and innovation and play a major role in the local agri-food sector and wider Northern Ireland economy.
Irwin’s products are based on traditional Irish recipes and baking methods, including original fermentation and slow-baking processes. Irwin’s Nutty Krust was launched in 1963 and is a firm Northern Ireland favourite, enjoyed by generations of families to the present day. So much so that Nutty Krust was voted by the Northern Ireland public, ‘Northern Ireland's favourite product’!The distinctive flavour of Irwin’s Nutty Krust comes from the 6 hour baking process.
Rankin Selection range of Irish Breads were developed in 2002 by Irwin’s Bakery and celebrity chef Paul Rankin. The range has quickly built up a loyal consumer base in the speciality breads market, becoming the top selling Irish bread in the GB.
In 2006, Irwin’s Bakery acquired traditional-style cake and tray-bake specialist, ‘Howell House’ to introduce a specialist home bakery category. Since then, Irwin’s have invested significantly in the division in order to enhance its artisan capabilities and identity, including a strategic rebrand in 2015. Supplying the multiple sector as well the convenience and independent trade, Howells has become a firm favourite within Northern Ireland with it’s number one selling product Jammy Joeys.
A Northern Ireland business, owned by a local family for over 100 years
| Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: +44 (0)28 38 391029 | Web: http://www.wilsonspotatoes.com/index.aspx
‘Potatoes are our passion’
Since Angus Wilson started the business from the family farm in 1980s Wilson’s has grown from strength to strength. Now employing over 100 staff who work from a 6 acre site in County Armagh. The Company is one of the premier potato packers and processors in Ireland, holding key accounts with many of the leading food retailers in the country. Not only do they supply a branded Wilson’s Country range, they supply various own label ranges, exemplifying the trust placed in the company.
One of the keys to their development is the continual investment in the company. Investment in premises, staff and growers ensures that they offer a quality product and excellent service. They want to help retailers make the most out of their potato category so that consumers get what they want. Wilson’s are passionate about spuds and strive to make people inspired by potatoes, stating ‘the poor potato can get a bit of a bad press so that is why we are constantly innovating’. They challenge themselves by evolving their variety portfolio, packaging and production processes in order to make yours the best potato experience. They want you to realize how exciting potatoes actually are! By their nature, potatoes are seasonal, meaning Wilson’s can handle up to 30 different varieties of potatoes in one year. This equates to about 3.5 million individualpotatoes per week...now that's a lot of potatoes! ‘Dealing with such a vast number of spuds means we truly are passionate about potatoes’.
History In 1987 Angus Wilson commences packing potatoes from his family farm in County Armagh, delivering the Wilson’s Brand to many local shops. Also at this time, Angus comes up with the concept of ‘Garden Potatoes’- Garden potatoes are grown in harmony with the environment, just as they would be grown in your own garden! This product still proves popular to this day .
By 1993 Wilson’s Country begins supplying to Henderson's and Wellworths. In 1993 they were listed with Marks & Spencer, and the following Wilson’s Country moved from the farm to a dedicated packhouse at Mahon Road in Portadown. Wilson's Country was now employing 25 people with a turnover of £1.6m and selling 100 tonnes of potatoes per week.
Wilson’s growth again necessitated bigger premises in the Carn Industrial estate, Craigavon, County Armagh. Agriculture Minister Lord Roker officially opened the building in 2006.
| Web: http://byba.co.uk/
Established in 1990 BA Components in Cookstown and Doncaster has grown steadily to become a major manufacturer of kitchen, bedroom, bathroom doors and accessories in the UK. A true family business, BA is run by twin brothers, Brian and Kieran McCracken from Cookstown. Brian has been the driving force and commercial leader to the business with an eye for opportunity and potential while Kieran operates the creative and production side of the business. Their individual strengths have no doubt created the £30 million plus business that BA has become today and undoubtedly will grow in the future.
Today BA operates across 23 different countries globally with a customer base ranging from small retailers to large kitchen, wholesale, furniture, DIY manufacturers and contractors.
The headquarters are based in an 85,000 square foot factory in Cookstown with a workforce of 95. Here is where we manufacture lower volume, high value products, servicing over 1,000 accounts across the UK and Ireland.
The Doncaster factory, a 2009 acquisition comprises, 200,000 square feet and employs 105 personnel manufacturing high volume products and servicing just over 100 accounts.
BA’s core principles are based on innovative design, outstanding customer service, exceptional marketing support, superb product quality and continuous staff development. These have remained resolute from a start up in 1990 to today’s successful SME. The company’s culture, leaders, employees and business model have become the USP.
| Web: http://specdrum.com/
SpecDrum is one of the world’s largest suppliers of conveyor pulleys, with manufacturing facilities in Ireland and China producing in excess of 50,000 pulleys annually.
SpecDrum is a family run business with over 30 years experience in manufacturing conveyor pulleys.
With our ever expanding client base we are currently expanding our headquarters in Ireland to allow us to further meet increasing demand.
We are equally suited to look after smaller company needs as much as the much larger international leaders in the general materials handling industries.
| Email: email@example.com | Tel: +44(28) 2565 6406 | Web: http://www.ges-group.com/
Established in 1972 as Grants Electrical Services (NI) Ltd., the Company has grown and developed into GES Group, a leading Electrical and Mechanical Engineering business, now serving customers throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe. Currently employing over 80 staff, including many professionally trained and accredited Engineers, we respond quickly to Industry's ever-changing demands and needs, while offering geographic coverage to many of our customers. Traditionally AC/DC motor rewind and re-manufacture specialists, we have developed our portfolio as a market leader to now provide an extensive range of technically advanced products and services.
GES Group is an essential element in maintaining and strengthening the backbone of the power generation, industrial, manufacturing, and agri-structure of Ireland and the UK.