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L-R: Edna McCrory, Seamus McCrory and Dominic McCrory
Located in Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone, on an 11acre site with 45,000sq ft of enclosed manufacturing facility, McCrory Engineering was started by Seamus
We spoke with Edna McCrory, Marketing Director “We pride ourselves in the quality of our work and over the 28 years have built up an excellent reputation in the industry for supplying superior static and fully mobile concrete batching plant. Our approach on the static plant is to work with our clients to produce fully bespoke turn-key plants that will suit their needs exactly, a full tailor-made solution where we offer an in-depth consultation process, then plan, design, install and commission a clients’ plant. We are ISO 9001 accredited and BSI EN 1090 certified for our structural steel fabrication making sure we adhere to required standards of fabrication, as all the equipment we manufacture includes integral support legs and these must be of the highest quality for supporting the substantial structure above.”
As plants are tailor made for each customer, the sales and technical team work with the customer to access their requirements and produce a site layout drawing and specification to meet the customer's requirements, working within the site or location restrictions. McCrory Engineering have manufactured bespoke batching plants for many years, ranging from 30m3 per hour to 180m3 per hour.
McCrory in 1990. With a long family history of high-quality engineering spanning several generations they now design and build an extensive range of static and fully mobile concrete batching plants. Employing 30 staff and with a reputation that is second to none in the industry they have built up a solid client portfolio including names like Breedon, Tarmac, Hanson, Jones Bros., RSD Concrete, Hillhouse Quarries, Patersons Quarries, Readymix Concrete, and R. Collard.
Mobile batching plant in production
McCrory Engineering – Concrete batching plant quality through excellence
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