Reynaers Aluminium in Enniscorthy have officially unveiled their 3,500 sqm multimillion-euro renovation and extension

Reynaers Aluminium have officially unveiled their 3,500 sqm multimillion-euro renovation and extension of their facility at the Still in Enniscorthy.

In April the Belgian ambassador to Ireland Karen Van Vlierberge, together with the Reynaers family and the CEO of Reynaers Group Bert Geerinckx, officiated celebrations to mark the renovation of the offices, upgraded production facility and the extension of its warehouse. Then on Friday May 12th there was an Open Day to allow family and friends of employees, as well neighbours from the local community to tour the facility.

Consisting of 3,500 sqm of a mix of new and refurbished facilities that meet the highest standards in building regulations, the refurbished offices are now a bright, modern open-plan environment with Reynaers’ own industry-leading products showcased throughout the building, while the production facility has been completely reorganized, new automated machinery installed and facilities upgraded for all workers to enjoy.

Commenting on this milestone, Reynaers Ireland MD Pat Bevan remarked:

Reynaers has had a presence in Enniscorthy since the early 1980s and this project is all about securing it into the future. Working with local architect Neville Conroy, we have preserved and enhanced the landmark stone building, a former Jameson distillery, and it now provides world class facilities for our employees and partners. We are also well positioned to meet Reynaers Group sustainability targets through initiatives such as sensor-operated LED lighting throughout the building and energy efficiency upgrades to our machinery. Over the course of the two days in May we look forward to welcoming our guests and sharing this celebration with our local community.

Since 1987, Enniscorthy has been home to the Irish headquarters of Reynaers Aluminium Ireland, a Belgian-owned company that has a strong Enniscorthy workforce (nearly 70), has been manufacturing and distributing high-end aluminium doors and windows.

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