Twelve companies from Northern Ireland took part in our trade mission to Sweden and Denmark from 23-27 May 2016, showcasing their products and services to the Nordics market.
The trade mission visited the cities of Stockholm and Copenhagen, and provided experienced exporters and new entrants alike, the opportunity to engage with partners in these markets.
Read further information on the companies who attended below.
BRIDGEDALE is the brand leader in the UK outdoor technical, Sock, Hat and Glove market and a recognised brand name in over 40 markets world-wide. The history of sock making at BRIDGEDALE dates back to 1915. Today BRIDGEDALE’s position is design innovator and market leader, focussing on unique Fusion technologies.
CocoMojo is an innovative company who are nuts about coconuts! They produce all natural coconut drinks, premium organic coconut oil and have recently launched their organic coconut flour and coconut sugar. They are passionate about bringing only the finest products to the market that offer healthy hydration and ingredient alternatives.
Using innovative technology and design Ecohog deliver high quality, customised and sustainable equipment to waste processing companies. Ecohog specialise in sustainable density and metal separation equipment and focus on the following markets: C&D / C&I, Organics / Compost Waste, MRF Glass, Wood waste, Fuel Waste (RDF), Landfill reclaim and Metal Removal
Just Live a Little is an innovative granola company, manufacturing granola cereal products and snack bars. The range includes 6 granolas including a gluten free (triple nut) granola and a no added refined sugar granola, 3 'On the go' portion pots and 2 granola cereal bars.
Kiverco design bespoke recycling plant to profitably divert waste from landfill. We specialise in the recovery of Construction and Demolition Waste, Municipal Waste, RDF / SRF and Bottom Ash using a range of static and mobile waste recovery solutions.
McCauley Trailers Ltd have been established for 60 years and manufacture high quality Commercial and Agricultural trailers. Under the MAC brand, McCauley Trailers started exporting in 2004 and has market presence in over 16 countries. The company obtained European Whole Vehicle Type Approval and ISO: 2008 quality assurance accreditation in 2012.
OBE Waste and Agri Engineering Ltd specialises in incinerators, agricultural trailers and slurry handling equipment for both agricultural and municipal use. We manufacture a wide range of equipment which is specifically designed for our customer and exported worldwide.
The Oil Market Journal provides oil prices, news and analysis on global oil markets. Services are delivered to clients by wallboard for trading floors, website, smartphone service and by pdf reports.
Rooney Fish provide a full range of Shellfish Fresh, Frozen, Cooked and Live which include prawns, all verities of crab, whelks, lobster, and oysters throughout Europe and further afield. All products are sourced from local waters and are processed and provided in a large variety of sizes.
SAM manufactures an extensive number of internal MDF profiles available primed, unprimed, fully finished (SAM Zero) or wrapped (SAM Wrap) and has recently launched an extremely durable fibreboard (SAM Trimax) manufactured from Tricoya fibreboard for use in external projects in the form of cladding, fascias, soffits and fully finished sheets.
For over 45 years Warmflow have designed and manufactured highly innovative and reliable domestic heating products. Their new ground breaking range of renewable products range from Class 5 biomass boilers to Europe’s most efficient ground source heat pumps which gives them a high quality product range that doesn't cost the earth.
We are the UK's largest independent manufacturer and supplier of cleaning and hygiene chemicals and ancillary products. We have an established array of partners supplying the Zenith range in markets that span Europe, the Middle East and West Africa. We are now seeking a Scandinavian partner to add to our network.
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