Encirc is new NI Chamber Patron
NI Chamber is delighted to announce that Fermanagh based Encirc is the latest business to join its group of Patron organisations.
Encirc supplies container glass to some of the world’s largest food and beverage companies.
Founded in 1998, it has gone on to become one of the most innovative and sustainable businesses of its kind globally. Part of the Spanish group Vidrala, Encirc has three sites in Northern Ireland, England and Italy. It makes more than three billion bottles for the NI, UK and Irish markets each year and remains the only glass maker in the world to offer a complete beverage supply solution at its site in Cheshire.
As a new NI Chamber Patron, Encirc joins a select group of leading businesses, who lend their support to the development of the region’s economy and business community. The partnership offers mutual benefit and will see Encirc now benefit from increased brand exposure among the business community and close association with a leading membership organisation.
Announcing the new partnership Ann McGregor, Chief Executive, NI Chamber said: “NI Chamber has had a great relationship with Encirc for several years and I am delighted that they have decided to cement this further, by becoming our newest Patron. Encirc is a fantastic business which is leading the way in sustainable manufacturing, investing in its people and serving customers all over the world from Derrylin. We are proud to have them on board and look forward to working even more closely with them going forward.”
Adrian Curry, Managing Director, Encirc added: “We are very privileged to become a Patron of Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
“Encirc is one of the leading manufacturers in Northern Ireland, so it is important that we work closely with NI Chamber in a joint business approach to leverage opportunity and move forward together progressively. We have been impressed by the quality of events, guests and collaborative working that the chamber coordinates and very much look forward to this partnership going forward.”
Encirc joins a list of NI Chamber Patrons which also includes Caterpillar, Danske Bank, DSV, fonaCAB, Investec, Moy Park, Pinsent Masons, Power NI, Queen’s University, Randox Ulster Bank, Ulster Carpets and Ulster University Business School.
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