Issue:- the customer had a issue with contamination of there product. Through extensive examination, they had found that debris was blocking up on the take off roller
Solution:- to introduce a take off roller with Brissels
Britain's wettest December in a century could herald brighter prospects for UK engineering and infrastructure stocks this year as companies bid for contracts to repair storm damage and boost the nation's flood defences.
Floods across northern England and Scotland have damaged thousands of homes and businesses, with analysts at U.S. bank Citigroup and brokerage Canaccord estimating total economic losses at more than 3 billion pounds ($4.4 billion).
The family-run Kilrea, Co Londonderry business has already added half of the new posts, with the rest to follow next year.
It received £500,000 from Invest NI towards the latest expansion. And earlier this year, the firm invested more than £3m into expanding its business, along with two new cutting lasers.
That investment includes a much larger manufacturing site - spanning 60,000 sq ft.
Opening the company’s new site managing director Mark Hutchinson said the investment was “another building block” in the firm’s growth.
“This new capital investment of over £3.2m is another building block in the company’s growth, and with over 40 years experience working with clients who demand quality and precision engineered components, it was imperative that we undertook this expansion.
“This will help to underpin our competitive position in this sector and achieve the aim of substantially increasing sales to global customers over the next three years.”