Lisburn Company Warmflow Engineering Praised for Focus on R&D

Jul 09, 2014

Pictured with Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster is Stuart Cousins, Managing Director, Warmflow. 

Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster today visited Warmflow Engineering Co. Limited to meet management and view the company’s production facilities.

Established in 1983, the Lisburn based company has grown to become the largest manufacturer of oil boilers in Northern Ireland and employs 100 people. It has also recently diversified into renewable energy products.

Arlene Foster said: “Warmflow Engineering has become an established name in the manufacturing sector. Like other forward looking companies, Warmflow is investing in R&D to develop new products, in this case for the renewable energy sector. The development of these products will help this successful company expand its market reach and will ultimately provide fresh revenue streams.

“I have been very impressed by what I have seen here today and congratulate Warmflow Engineering and its management team on the company’s achievements to date.”
 

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