Layher opens in Ireland

By Euan Youdale23 May 2016

A view of some of the stock at the new Layher Ireland depot.

A view of some of the stock at the new Layher Ireland depot.

Layher has opened a new facility in Northern Ireland.

Established as a subsidiary, Layer Ireland, based in County Meath, operates in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Managed by John Carolan, the depot provides extensive stock of the Layher scaffolding and weather protection ranges and will offer user training. It also provides full technical and site support.

Mr Carolan said although modular scaffolds are well-established in Ireland, he believes the subsidiary will make Layher products more readily available to the market. “We can demonstrate equipment that is faster, easier to handle and which has fewer components, resulting directly in reduced costs associated with labour, transportation and maintenance.”

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