Hull company Glenair, which specialises within the design, manufacture and setting up of heating and ventilation systems, has relocated to larger premises on Priory Park included in its intentions to capitalise on opportunities in the green energy sector.
In addition, there are dedicated to additional manufacturing and production equipment so that they can improve the efficiency within the company’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for renewables applications.
The relocation and investment continues to be assisted with the Green Port Growth Programme, held up by the Regional Growth Fund (RGF), which provided capital funding to the new premises and equipment.
Glen Hood, managing director at Glenair Ltd, commented: “The transfer to Priory Park and purchase of equipment will be instrumental within the expansion of our business.
“Not only are we able to produce a better prefer to our existing clients, but it really will put us from a strong position to win are employed in sustainable energy, a sector which has high demand for offshore ventilation, evaporative cooling and warm recovery systems.
“Without the support in the Green Port Growth Programme, we couldn’t survive in a position to move into new parts of business.”
Tim Rix, chairman in the Green Port Growth Programme, said: “Glenair is among one of many organizations in Hull who have realised the opportunities from the emerging green energy sector in great britain. The fresh facility and equipment will stand them in good stead to win new contracts and we’re happy to have supported Glen as well as team.”
Councillor Stephen Brady, leader of Hull City Council, added: “Hull is on its way to to become a leading hub for renewable power industries, and it’s also excellent to observe local companies growing and enjoying the modern sector and from Green Port Hull funding.”