Friday, 30 May 2014

Export Market secured by Qualter Hall to help Belize

YORKSHIR an engineer resolute is assisting to create a rope-hauled railway system, as the export market share grows. Since 1860 Barnsley-based Qualter Hall was developed and for most of its history, assisted services for the depth mining industry. In the past recent years, the company, which has £20m in accountant and 140 staff, has distributed into specialist machinery sectors, to help it to fight off the threat from overseas competitors, and move forward into global markets.

International orders now account for more than 25 per cent of Qualter Hall’s total business.
It has secured work on a rope hauled its tension railway system which is bound for South Korea.
Other international projects include the design and supply of specialist road bridges for Indonesia and Belize, mining equipment for Morocco, shipyard machines for plate bending and forming for Baku, China, Korea and the US.

Qualter Hall has previously completed a major project to design, manufacture, supply, install and commission the operating package for the 50m long swing footbridge at Shoreham in West Sussex. Qualter Hall’s manager director, George Orton, said: “Qualter Hall’s strength is its dedicated, experienced and highly skilled personnel.We also continue to implement an apprenticeship programme which allows us to bring additional employment opportunities to young budding engineers and tradesmen of South Yorkshire.

“Over the last number of years, we have strategically and carefully invested over £8m in our company through acquisitions, and extending our facilities for both carbon steel and stainless steel manufacture.
He added: “From this position of strength, we will strive to move forward with our ongoing business plans and objectives.”

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