A West Yorkshire manufacturing business has exported its first products for the Middle East with aid from overseas trade specialist, Chamber International.
Beechfield Acoustics has delivered its first consignment of silencers for blowers applied to pneumatic conveying to the company in Haifa, Israel, for their own use also to supply for some other businesses in the country.
Founded by Director Neil Durham in 2013, after he worked as a possible engineering manager for a variety of large businesses, Beechfield Acoustics designs and manufactures industrial noise control equipment permit companies to observe safe practices legislation.
Beechfield Acoustics’ products include reactive filter silencers, reactive silencers, absorptive silencers, acoustic enclosures and noise barriers designed and manufactured in-house and even using local engineering companies in West Yorkshire.
The company’s goods are used through the UK by businesses in sectors including pharmaceutical, chemical, food, oil refinery, healthcare, animal feeds, textiles, engineering, wood waste and recycling, enabling companies to defend their staff and nearby residents from excessive noise created by industrial processes using loud compressors, blowers or fans.
“My contact in Haifa came by using a mutual friend and i have exported a first consignment of inlet filter and exhaust reactive and blow off absorptive silencers,” said Mr Durham.
“It was helpful work with Chamber International, they’ve a lot experience and advice saved us a lot of time. It is really an added bonus that they will be just in the future.
“UK engineering merchandise is respected overseas, like the Middle East, that i’m now gonna focus my efforts in developing further sales there also in Europe as my expertise enables me to develop bespoke noise control ways of solve different problems.
“As a small business, I’m also able to give you a better personal service C even overseas – and can be highly competitive on costs.”
Chamber International director, Tim Bailey, said: “Beechfield Acoustics is likely style of innovative, high-skilled business which the UK needs to start exporting and we’re very happy to be supporting Neil Durham.”