Re-Gen Robotics completes new HQ
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
Re-Gen Robotics has completed a £1 million headquarters in Newry, Northern Ireland.
In addition to high specification offices, an engineering and robotics hub has been designed to house the company’s research and development (R&D) facility with bays installed to service its growing number of robots and tankers.
Managing Director Fintan Duffy said the expansion marked the continuation of a fast-moving two years in the company, which specialises in 100% no man entry robotic tank cleaning for oil majors across the UK and Europe including Shell, Vermilion and Philips 66.
He said: “The last couple of years have been an exciting time for our business. We’ve made substantial investments across several key areas including our people, our service offering and a new 2500 ft2 headquarters with R&D facilities, in preparation for significant international growth.”
Staffing levels at the company have doubled in the last year taking headcount to twelve, with more Design Engineers, Robot Operators and Project Managers being recruited in Spring 2022, to meet demand.
The team is working hard on several new patents that will allow them to carry out more and more diverse tasks remotely and plans are also in place to further develop existing robotic equipment, as the firm invests to serve growing European and worldwide demand.
Mr Duffy said: “Our focus is firmly on plans to realise a raft of new equipment in 2022. The company has evolved so much recently with the addition of new robots, equipment and services that have very quickly made a big impact on our market share. So, investing further in our incredibly talented people, our processes and facilities is the next strategic step for us.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/tanks-terminals/18012022/re-gen-robotics-completes-new-hq/
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