We have noted a growing requirement for large diameter fittings in our Asian markets – and the diameters required are ever-growing too! Please get in touch with your requirements and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
Our senior Ladies were pleased to support International Women’s Day by attending an event organised by Barnsley and Rotherham Chamber; the event was addressed by speakers from a variety of industries.
Congratulations to John Kamau from the Naylor Lintels technical team on achieving his PHD from Leeds Beckett University. John’s PHD was on the subject of “Supplementary Cementitious Materials” and was the culmination of 5 years of research and study. Well done John!
We welcomed a 2nd group of visitors from Sri Lanka- this time in conjunction with substantial newly awarded schemes. The visits of Messrs Fazel & Leelananda from CMC – the local authority in Colombo- were co-hosted by our friends Priyanath & Amal from Naylor agents Access International.
Naylor Scotland has hit the ground running with new haulage contractor AAD Transport Ltd. Kevin Sinclair, our logistics supervisor (pictured here with AAD owner Alan Davie) said “this new partnership has started really well; we are delighted with the service we’ve received so…
Our Barugh Green site has been the recipient of major factory investment in January. The project involved reorganisation and streamlining work to facilitate concrete delivery- a majority of our lintel beds were relocated during the month. Older moulds were also refurbished to increase capacity.
Picture Bruce Rollinson Edward Naylor was reluctant to join the family pipework firm but when he did take over he transformed it. Ismail Mulla reports. Back in 1993 Edward Naylor was a high-flying City accountant working for Deloitte. He’d spent time in Germany as the Berlin Wall came down and…