Foster visits Munster Simms new premises

May 15, 2013

Pictured (L-R) Patrick Hurst, MBE, Managing Director; Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster and Mayor of North Down, Councillor Wesley Irvine.

Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has visited Bangor firm, Munster Simms, to see the company’s new premises at Enterprise Road.  Whale Pumps is a specialist manufacturer of water, bilge and heating systems based in Bangor known for ground breaking and innovative pump design.

Doubling the company’s size, the second factory will house Whale’s specialized product analysis, climate testing facility, design and software development and polymer moulding centre.

Speaking during a tour of the factory the Minister said: “Munster Simms is an excellent example of a local company that has been developing a reputation for producing quality products, which not only meet, but exceed client expectations. This brand new factory will continue to allow the business to continue to grow.”

Pictured L-R are: Patrick Hurst, MBE, Managing Director; Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster and Mayor of North Down, Councillor Wesley Irvine.

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