Left: Pictured at the start of his series of mentoring sessions is the winner of the Sir Allen Mc Clay Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, garth Cairns from Craigavon based company SlurryKat. The award includes mentoring sessions with a wide range of senior business figures in Northern Ireland.
Pictured at the start of his series of monitoring session is the winner of the Craigavon Business Award's 'Sir Allen McClay, Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Garth Cairns from Craigavon based SlurryKat.
SlurryKat was among the real winners at this year's Highland Show courtesy of the certificate for advances in Technical Innovation the Waringstown Company received for its slurry spreading Duo Dribble Bar.
THE inaugural Craigavon Business Awards, hosted recently by Craigavon Borough Council, saw Waringstown-based Slurry Kat scooping two of the most prestigious accolades.
Organised by Craigavon Borough Council’s Development Department, in association with Portadown Chamber of Commerce, the high profile gala ceremony in Craigavon Civic an Conference Centre.
Waringstown-based SlurryKat has been added to the acclaimed initiative’s role of honour for April on the back of its highly successful product development programme and export sales drive.
Waringstown based SlurryKat has announced the launch of its “Compax” 7.5m dribble bar and compact lifting linkage. The new system can be attached to the back of a new slurry tanker or retro fitted to any tanker that is already in use.
Both the new linkage and dribble bar are manufactured by SlurryKat. The combined unit has a transport width of 2.4m.
Waringstown based SlurryKat has recently sold its first ‘7.5m Duo Dribble Bar’ to R T Gormley Agri contractors, from Stranraer in Scotland. The new attachment was used in tandem with a SlurryKat umbilical system to spread slurry on the outskirts of Stranraer earlier this week.
“The team at Gormley’s has confirmed that the combination of an umbilical system and dribble car worked tremendously well,” SlurryKat’s Garth Cairns confirmed.
WARINGSTQWN-based SlurryKat has announced the launch of a new 24 metre dribble bar as an attachment to its already popular umbilical slurry system.
"The new combination will allow slurry to be spread on cereal crops with 24 metre tram lines, courtesy of 96 slurry outlets across the boom," explained SlurryKat's managing director Garth Cairns.
A Waringstown firm has won a top business accolade. Throughout the year, the directors at the Lincolnshire Telegraph, select companies that have best demonstrated a proven ability to go that extra mile in not only meeting but exceeding the needs of their clients.
They announced SlurryKat Ltd has been selected to receive the BA Product of Innovation Award of the Year 2009.