Lignum Interiors Focuses on Export Development

Mar 03, 2016

Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister is pictured with Lignum Interiors Directors Ciaran McMenamin and Simon McAllister during a visit to the Crossgar-based joinery business. During the visit the Minister received an update on the company’s plans for growth through increased export development.

Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell has commended Crossgar-based Lignum Interiors on its export focus.

The joinery manufacturing business, established in 2013, specialises in the management, manufacture and installation of high quality bespoke interiors for commercial and residential premises.

Speaking following a tour of the company’s premises, Jonathan Bell said: “Lignum Interiors in an internationally focused supplier of bespoke joinery services which has achieved impressive export sales in its short history.

“Invest Northern Ireland has helped the company develop strong overseas contacts and as a result leverage opportunities in Europe, USA and Iraq. This in-market and export development support has given Lignum the confidence and knowledge to achieve its growth potential and I wish the business continued success.”

Ciaran McMenamin, Co-founder of Lignum Interiors, said: “We are delighted at how the business is going from strength to strength and have worked hard to build the relationships and reputation among our customer base.

“Our focus moving forward is to continue to grow our order book across both the commercial and residential sectors and deliver unique designs which help us leverage the continued growth of the Lignum Interiors brand.”

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