Local businesses discover the importance of chemical regulation for export success

Apr 26, 2010

Businesses from across NI have discovered how meeting global chemical regulation requirements could boost export and supply chain opportunities at an event organised by Invest NI. Below are some photos and captions from the event.

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Pictured at the event (L-R) is Olive Hill of Invest Northern Ireland, Aaron McKeown from Surfaceform in Omagh and Jim King of Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland.  

Pictured at the event (L-R) is Olive Hill of Invest Northern Ireland, Michael Ellison of Langford Lodge in Crumlin and Jim King from Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland.   Pictured at the event (L-R) is Alan Stringer of Precision Processing Services in Londonderry, Olive Hill of Invest Northern Ireland and Jim King from Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland.   Pictured at the event (L-R) is Fred Andrews and Robert Briggs (far right) from the Institute of Metal Finishing in Larne, with Olive Hill of Invest Northern Ireland and Jim King from Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland.  

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