Hydrofluoric acid, which can react with metals to create a highly flammable gas, was found to be stored in a wooden structure inside a building at a recent fire at a tyre factory in Daubhill.
According to reports in The Bolton News, emergency services were called to the Tyre Factory at the Sunnyside Business Centre on the 6th March at around 9.30am after fire broke out in a wooden structure which contained hydrofluoric acid which had heated up and emitted a toxic gas.
Fire crews managed to contain the blaze and prevent any injuries but staff’s breathing was affected and they had to be examined by the North West Ambulance Service.
Initially it was thought that the incident was a chemical fire caused by the acid, but a fire investigation later determined that it had been as a result of an electrical fault.
Hydrofluoric acid is an incredibly dangerous substance which is both toxic and corrosive and if it gets on the skin it can even kill you
“This story highlights the need for better education around the correct storage of corrosive substances,” explains Chemstore UK Managing Director, Mike Brodie.
“Hydrofluoric acid is an incredibly dangerous substance which is both toxic and corrosive and if it gets on the skin it can even kill you,” adds Mike.
“It is commonplace to hear of corrosives being stored in simple wooden structures or makeshift containers. Hydrofluoric acid should be handled and stored with the utmost care and attention in a purpose built, well-ventilated unit which includes a non-metallic sump such as the Corvault from Chemstore,” continues Mike.
“Beware of metal units which are marketed as suitable for storing corrosives but which don’t contain, for example, a polyethylene sump. In the event of a leak, hydrofluoric acid can react with metal and create a highly flammable (Hydrogen) and toxic gas. Also carefully consider whether a container with an epoxy coated liner is adequate because although these offer a degree of protection, they are not necessarily suitable for long term exposure,” adds Mike.
An easy way to clarify what a corrosive substance should be stored in is to check that this Secondary Containment System (SCS) is made from the same material that the primary container is made from. Useful information for corrosives storage can be found within our free corrosive hub checklist.
Chemstore, The Hazardous Materials Expert, is encouraging businesses large and small to review their corrosive storage requirements to ensure that they are keeping staff and members of the public safe and Chemstore has created a corrosives storage checklist to help.
The advice comes in light of an increasing number of public acid attacks which serve as a reminder of the devastating impact corrosive substances can have on human health.
Corrosives and their vapours can cause devastating damage to the skin, eyes, respiratory tract and digestive tract
As news reports have highlighted, corrosives and their vapours can cause devastating damage to the skin, eyes, respiratory tract and digestive tract and some corrosives can even eat through metal. Controlling access to these substances and storing them correctly in line with the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) 2002 is therefore essential but Chemstore finds it is a hazard that is easily overlooked, often because people don’t realise they are dealing with corrosive substances in the first place.
Mike Brodie, Chemstore UK managing director explains: “There is a common myth, as quoted by the HSE in its brief guide to COSHH, that companies don’t think they have any hazardous substances in their workplace when on closer inspection this is rarely the case.
People think that because they have been supplied with a substance it must be safe but this is simply not true
“There is an increasing drive to control public access to corrosives with retailers becoming more vigilant and measures such as banning cash purchases of acid being proposed but there has been less attention given to the fact that corrosive substances are still easily ac-cessible in many workplaces. Consequently we are urging companies to consider whether this is an area that needs review.”
Mike adds: “Another common myth is that people think that because they have been supplied with a substance it must be safe. This is simply not true yet this attitude means that many companies and consequently workers remain oblivious to the hazards of some of the substances they work with. At the most extreme we have seen hydrofluoric acid ,which is used for glass etching, metal cleaning and electronics manufacturing and can be fatal, stored in boxes on factory floors.”
The good news is that meeting your obligations in this area is often easier than people think. Chemstore has come up with a simple checklist which can be downloaded here to help businesses review their procedures and signpost them in the right direction for further information.
A company director has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for the online sale of products containing prohibited substances highlighting the need for organisations to take their obligations around chemicals seriously.
Warwick Crown Court heard that a complaint was raised in August 2014 that Abel (UK) Ltd was selling a plant protection product containing Sodium Chlorate, a prohibited substance.
An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) also found the company was selling paint stripper containing dichloromethane (DCM), which is restricted under Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals (REACH).
“Companies should be aware that HSE will take robust action against those who unnecessarily put the lives of workers and the public at risk, and against those who endanger the environment, through the inappropriate supply and use of chemicals.” (HSE inspector Sarah Dutton)
The company also failed to check at the point of sale the paint stripper containing DCM was either being sold for use in industrial installations or, after October 2016, to appropriately certificated professionals, which is a condition of sale.
HSE worked with online platforms to have the advertisements for these products taken down and served enforcement notices to prohibit further supply. However, the enforcement notices were ignored by Abel (UK) ltd.
Abel (UK) Ltd’s director, Nicholas Corbett of Weddington Road, Nuneaton pleaded guilty to breaching Regulations 9 and 18 of The Plant Protection Products Regulations 2011 and Regulation 11(2) of The REACH Enforcement Regulations 2008, and was given a 10-month custodial sentence.
Speaking after the hearing, HSE inspector Sarah Dutton said: “Chemicals are carefully regulated to protect human health and the environment. Sodium Chlorate is not approved for use in weed killers, as a safe level of use was not established for operators. Dichloromethane (DCM) has been restricted in paint strippers due to concerns for human health during its use – it has caused fatalities when not used properly.
“Companies should be aware that HSE will take robust action against those who unnecessarily put the lives of workers and the public at risk, and against those who endanger the environment, through the inappropriate supply and use of chemicals.”
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd is committed to conducting its business in accordance with all applicable Data Protection laws and regulations in line with the highest standards of ethical conduct.
This policy outlines the expected behaviours of CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd employees and any third parties in relation to the use, retention, disclosure, transfer and destruction of any personal data belonging to a Data Subject CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd is associated with.
Organisational methods for keeping data secure are essential and CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd believes that it is good practice to keep clear records supported by strong procedures. Line managers are responsible for ensuring compliance with the principles of the GDPR and to adhere to CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd’s Data Protection Policy.
This policy is designed to comply with the requirements set out under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
This policy will be implemented in conjunction with the other CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd Data Privacy documents including:
|Data||Information in a form that can be processed. It includes both automated data and manual data.|
|Automated data||Any information on computer or information recorded with the intention of putting it on a computer.|
|Manual data||Information that is kept as part of a relevant filing system, or with the intention that it should form part of a relevant filing system.|
|Data Controller||A person who (either alone or with others) controls the contents and use of personal data. A data controller is the individual or the legal person who controls and is responsible for the keeping and use of the personal information on computer or in a structured manual file.|
|Data Processor||A person who processes personal data on behalf of a data controller but does not include an employee of a data controller who processes such data in the course of his employment. If an organisation or person holds or processes personal data but does not exercise responsibility for or control over the personal data, then they are deemed to be a “data processor”.|
|Data Protection Officer (DPO)||A CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd officer with responsibility for the Data Protection compliance of the organisation.|
|Data Subject||A data subject is an individual who is the subject of personal data that is held by a data controller or processed by a data processor|
Data Protection Impact Statement (DPIA)
A DPIA describes the process designed to identify the risks arising out of the processing of personal data and minimisation of these risks as far and as early as possible. DPIAs are important tools for negating risk, and for demonstrating compliance, including ongoing compliance, with the GDPR.
|GDPR||The new EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) – Regulation 2016/679 which comes into effect in May 2018 and replaces the current Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and the Irish Data Protection Acts.|
|Personal data||Data relating to a living individual who is or can be identified either from the data or from the data in conjunction with other information that is in, or is likely to come into, the possession of a data controller.|
|Processing||Processing means performing any operation or set of operations on data, including:
· Obtaining, recording or keeping data;
· Collecting, organising, storing, altering or adapting the data;
· Retrieving, consulting or using the data;
· Disclosing the information or data by transmitting;
· Disseminating or otherwise making it available;
· Aligning, combining, blocking, erasing or destroying the data.
|Retention Policy||How long will CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd hold an individual’s personal data? This will be influenced by a number of factors. Data must be retained for the least amount of time and will be stored securely and deleted at the appropriate time.|
|Sensitive Personal Data||Any personal data relating to a person’s racial origin; political opinions or religious or other beliefs; physical or mental health; sexual life’; criminal convictions or the alleged commission of an offence; trade union membership.|
Pursuant to the GDPR, the personal data that CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd holds will be:
Legal Basis for collecting data
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will process Personal Data in accordance with all applicable laws and contractual obligations. CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will not process personal data unless at least one of the following requirements are met:
Rights of Users
Right to be informed.
The privacy notice supplied to individuals in regard to the processing of their personal data will be written in clear, plain language which is concise, transparent and easily accessible.
Where data is obtained directly from the data subject, information regarding whether the provision of personal data is part of a statutory or contractual requirement and the details of the categories of personal data, as well as any possible consequences of failing to provide the personal data, will be provided. Where data is not obtained directly from that data subject, information regarding the source the personal data originates from and whether it came from publicly accessible sources, will be provided.
Right to access. Any Data Subject may contact CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd to confirm whether or not the Data Subject’s personal data is being processed. The categories of personal data processed will be clarified as well as the purposes for processing, the categories of recipients to whom personal data have been or will be disclosed and the envisaged storage period or criteria to determine that period. Where a request is manifestly unfounded, excessive or repetitive, a reasonable fee will be charged. All requests will be responded to without delay and at the latest, within one month of receipt.
Right to withdraw consent. Where consent is the basis for the processing of data the Data Subject may withdraw the consent at any time by contacting the DPO.
Right to rectification. Any Data Subject has the right to have inaccurate or incomplete personal data stored about them rectified. Requests for rectification will be responded to within one month; this will be extended by two months where the request is complex.
Right to object. In case processing is based on a legitimate interest to run, maintain and develop the business CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd, any Data Subject has the right to object at any time to processing of the Data Subject’s personal data unless for the provision of business or if CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd demonstrate other compelling legitimate grounds for processing that override the Data Subject’s interests, rights and freedoms, or for legal claims. Notwithstanding any consent granted beforehand for direct marketing purposes, any Data Subject has the right to prohibit CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd from using his/her personal data for direct marketing purposes, by contacting the DPO or by unsubscribing from direct marketing messages.
Right to restriction of processing. Individuals have the right to block or suppress CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd processing of personal data. The processing of personal data will be restricted:
Right to data portability. Any Data Subject has the right to receive Data Subject’s personal data from us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.
Right to erasure. Data Subjects may request the deletion or removal of personal data where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing. This would include:
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd may object to a request for erasure:
Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) and Data Protection Design
PIAs are compulsory under the GDPR. It is essentially a risk assessment of proposed processing of personal data that is likely to result in a high risk of the data subject’s rights. A PIA must be carried out prior to commencing that processing. It should be noted that if CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd comes to the attention of the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, the PIA will be the first line of defence.
Conducting a PIA will improve awareness in CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd of the data protection risks associated with a project. Carrying out a PIA is good practice and a useful tool to help CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd as Data Controller to comply with protection law. This will help to improve the design of your project and enhance your communication about data privacy risks with relevant stakeholders. Some of the benefits of conducting a DPIA are as follows:
Data Protection by design means embedding data privacy features and data privacy enhancing technologies directly into the design of projects at an early stage. This will help to ensure better and more cost-effective protection for individual data privacy.
Data Protection Officer (DPO)
A DPO will be appointed to:
The DPO will report to the highest level of management at CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd. Sufficient resources will be provided to the DPO to enable them to meet their GDPR requirements.
Direct marketing can be described as the communication (by whatever means) of any advertising or marketing material which is directed at particular individuals. Consent is central to the rules on direct marketing and CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will strive to obtain an individual’s consent before sending any marketing material. To be valid, consent must be knowingly and freely given, clear and specific. CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will keep a clear record of what has been consented to, when are where this consent has been obtained so that compliance may be demonstrated in the event of a complaint.
The clearest way of obtaining consent is to invite the customer to tick an opt-in box confirming that they wish to receive marketing messages via specific channels. CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will strive, in conjunction with their IT Support, to ensure that communication involves a positive action on the part of the individual to consent to direct marketing. There will be a clear and positive statement explaining that the action indicates consent to receive marketing messages from CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd. Best practice is to provide an unticked opt-in box and invite the person to confirm their agreement by ticking. CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will ensure that the language used is clear and easy to understand.
The right to object to marketing is absolute and CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd must stop processing for these purposes when someone objects. This is so for business to business marketing.
Data Access Request (DAR) and Data Rectification or Deletion Requests (DRDR) – Procedures
Data Protection Training
All CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd employees that have access to Personal Data will have their responsibilities under this policy outlined to them as part of their staff induction training.
Further information and guidance can be obtained on the Data Protection Commissioner’s website www.dataprotection.ie.
In the course of its role as Data Controller, CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd engages a number of Data Processors to process Personal Data on its behalf. In each case, a formal, written contract is in place with the Processor, outlining their obligations in relation to the Personal Data, the specific purpose or purposes for which they are engaged, and the understanding that they will process the data in compliance with the Irish Data Protection legislation and the GDPR.
These Data Processors include:
– FBS Business Systems
– Pegasus Opera
– O’Carroll Crane Hire & Haulage
– Aqua Trans International Ltd.
– Gore Transport
This list may be amended as required.
Sending Personal Data Outside the EEA
Personal data shall not be transferred to a country or territory outside the EEA unless that county or territory ensures an adequate level of protection for the rights and freedoms of data subjects in relation to the processing of personal data.
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will transfer personal data only where the organisation receiving the personal data has provided adequate safeguards. Individuals’ rights must be enforceable and effective legal remedies for individuals must be available following the transfer.
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd will use Model Contract Clauses, Binding Contract Rules or Binding Corporate Rules for Processor or other contractual arrangements in order to establish adequate safeguards to protect the rights and provide remedies to Data Subjects where their data is transferred outside the EEA.
Data Protection Breach
Any loss of personal data in paper or digital format will be responded to and managed in accordance with CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd data Security Breach Procedures and in compliance with the provisions set out in the Data Protection Commissioner’s personal data Security Breach Code of Practice and available at https://www.dataprotection.ie/docs/Data_Security_Breach_Code_of_Practice/1082.htm
It is essential that all incidents (including suspected incidents) which give rise to the risk of unauthorised disclosure, loss, destruction or alteration or personal data are reported without delay to the DPO.
Incidents can include:
A data protection breach can happen for a number of reasons, including:
In the event of a data breach happening, the DPO must be notified immediately. it must not be assumed that someone else has already notified the breach.
The breach should be notified using a Personal Data Security Breach Form set out in Appendix 1 of this policy.
The DPO will assess the breach and make a decision on the next steps to be taken.
After a review of the breach by the DPO, if the data breached affects the rights of a data subject, the DPO will inform the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner of the breach within 72 hours of CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd becoming aware of the breach.
A summary of any data breach that occurs, containing the facts relating to the personal data breach, its effects and the remedial action taken, will be recorded in a log maintained by the DPO.
Chemstore Introduces the Firevault DNV 2.7-2 certified module
Chemstore is proud to introduce the world’s first DNV2.7-2 certified hazardous materials safety store. The Firevault module is a next generation design that will drastically reduce risk, downtime, and liability when working with hazardous materials in zoned areas on an offshore rig.
The DNV2.7-2 Firevault is the only Module Type 5 Functional Group 6 (Flammable Material/Paint Store) available to the Global Oil & Gas sector that allows the Duty Holder to be compliant with DNV2.7-2, the HSE Safety Case Regulation 2015, PFEER 2015 and DSEAR 2002 and meets the needs of the HID Regulatory Model by mitigating or preventing major hazard risks with flammables offshore.
The Firevault provides seamless management of hazardous materials in the most critical environments backed by Chemstore Connect, a powerful software platform for the management of hazardous materials. The Firevault is designed to increase the safety, productivity and profitability of your offshore operations.
Chemstore join NOF Energy
Here in Chemstore, we are continually researching ways to develop our presence in the UK and broadening our scope in industrial sectors throughout the country. This week Chemstore have joined many other successful companies in becoming a member of NOF Energy.
NOF Energy is a highly proactive business development organisation working on behalf of companies within the oil & gas, offshore renewables and power sectors.
With a renewed focus on the Oil & Gas, Renewables and power sectors Chemstore are excited to work with NOF and looking forward to partaking in the many valuable events managed by the organisation.
Take a look at some of the work NOF do for UK business below:
25 Years and counting
Introducing Chemstore Connect
A key strength of Chemstore throughout its history has been anticipating and responding to the needs of the marketplace. By actively pursuing an innovative product strategy we are positioned to deliver real benefits to our customers now and into the future.
A testament to Chemstore’s ongoing product development and improvement initiatives is a growing blue-chip client base in locations across the globe spanning a wide array of sectors and applications. Recently of most note would be the development of our groundbreaking software platform Chemstore Connect. Over the last 18 months, we have been working tirelessly to develop a software that enables you with the essential tools for compliance on your site. By trialing the platform with key clients from heavy industry, food processing, education and the oil & gas sectors we are now able to introduce a product that creates unquestioned value for any organisation who handles hazardous materials on site. Connect is the critical final segment in our offering to you that guarantees a solution to manage and eliminate the risks with hazardous materials on your site.
Find out more by downloading our Connect Brochure
CMS Chemstore Engineering Ltd. is a family led SME headquartered in Limerick, Ireland and our UK Engineering office based in Putney, London. The company was founded in February 1993 and we have commenced our 25th successful year in business.
Chemstore as an organisation enable our clients to create a safer workplace for their employees. We provide an all-encompassing range of tried and tested products & services designed to eliminate the risks with hazardous material storage and handling on site. All our manufacturing of highly certified modules for the storage of various classes of hazardous materials & critical equipment is undertaken in Ireland and our quality standards are what make Chemstore the market leading provider of safety solutions. We’ve achieved that distinction through best practice, faultless service, and trusted products.
Chemstore core values & goals
We firmly believe that every employee should feel safe in the workplace.
Every person who goes to work each day expects to complete their shift without succumbing to harm. At Chemstore we know in order for this to be possible in industrial environments, every employee should know exactly what hazards exist in their workplace and the knowledge to best manage these risks.
Our ultimate goal as an organisation is to eliminate the risks when storing and handling hazardous materials. Chemstore as a company wants all our valued clients to feel that you have created a safer workplace for your employees and instil a pride in your company that it is a safe place to work.
Chemstore cares more
We’ve been designing, manufacturing and installing safe storage solutions for over 25 years and we know that our products are only half of the story. We take pride in building longstanding relationships and on providing the best possible advice, based on a thorough understanding of our customers’ business needs. With us, you’re in safe hands.
For us, safety can only be achieved through quality. It’s a standard that everyone at Chemstore strives for, and it runs through everything we do. So we always aim to provide high-quality products, on time, with excellent service and at the lowest cost. And to make sure that we’re on the right track, we’re committed to listening to our customers and to act on their feedback.
We are certified to the internationally-recognised ISO 9001 quality management standard and we’re constantly striving to improve our service whenever we can. Our employees are encouraged to suggest better, safer ways of working, and we believe in maintaining transparent business processes.
It’s a way of working that takes commitment, investment and long-term vision, but the results we deliver and the reassurance that we provide is well worth the effort.
BSIF approved for another year
This standard recognizes Chemstore as a BSIF Registered Safety Supplier which allows the company maintain or verify valid compliance certificates for all product and regulated equipment we offer.
The BSIF are becoming the hallmark within the industry. By visually displaying the BSIF shield illustrates our credibility, trustworthiness and expertise in safely supplying the appropriate PPE for our clients.
Being a member of the BSIF requires all products to be correctly tested and certified to meet the appropriate EU standards. This standard has become increasingly important due to the unfortunate increase in non-approved products being sold in the UK.
There are several items available that claim the CE accreditation when in actual fact have not been appropriately certified. In some cases, counterfeits of existing products have been an issue which has become more common.
To help combat this issue BSIF have created the Registered Safety Supplier Scheme in which companies displaying the logo have signed a legally binding agreement that the product supplied is of the BSIF standard and is appropriately CE marked.
This standard has given the customer an assurance that the product they have purchased is legitimate. In addition, the appropriate advice and guidance will be provided making sure the customer is not being mislead in anyway. It is crucial for the customer that the product being purchased is fit for purpose. Items have entered the market such as gloves and high visibility vests made from substandard materials. These products are so well finished that to the untrained eye it is nearly impossible to identify the real from the fake. Supplying counterfeit product is a serious felony as it can be the importance between life and death.
From an employer’s point of view, it is their responsibility to provide the correct product for their employees ensuring their health and safety while in the workplace. Being aware of these counterfeit items and staying away from products which seem too good to be true is a step in the right direction. Purchasing the right product is an important responsibility as ultimately failing to do so may result in serious injury or fatality.
Here in Chemstore we are constantly striving to enable our clients to eliminate the risks associated with hazardous materials, improving safety on your site. By continuing to be a registered safety supplier with BSIF we are backing that pledge by ensuring our equipment is certified and is of the highest quality.
For more information on potential pitfalls with counterfeit product please CLICK HERE.
Celebrating the success of 2016 and setting targets for 2017 !
The Chemstore team enjoyed a very productive seminar over two days in the Radisson Hotel, Limerick, Ireland where the targets reached in 2016 were celebrated and motivations switched to the upcoming 12 months with team targets set and agreed with the goal of making 2017 an even greater success for our growing company.
Following two days of hard work, presentations, and brainstorming sessions it was off to the UL Activity Centre in Kilaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland for a very eventful and fun team building day on the lake with fantastic weather :
See images below ! 🙂
Chemstore Appoints AllMaritim AS as its Preferred Partner in Norway.
Chemstore is pleased to announce the appointment of AllMaritim as its Preferred Partner for the Norwegian market.
Both companies will work together to deliver Chemstore’s industry leading hazardous materials storage systems to clients across a variety of industry sectors in Norway where AllMaritim has a proven reputation and track record.
Speaking at the appointment Neil O Carroll, Chemstore CEO commented; “We are delighted with this announcement. The oil and gas sector is one where there exists a definite value proposition for our products and AllMaritim is a recognised key supplier to this industry in Norway with an established client base. I also believe that AllMaritim provides a close cultural fit to Chemstore and look forward to working together to build our business in that region.”
Already a leading supplier in the UK and Ireland this appointment represents another significant development in Chemstore expanding its reach into mainland Europe. Increasingly stringent environmental and safety regulations continue to drive the need for organisations to improve how hazardous materials are stored and managed. Chemstore’s Firevault range of products provide clients with a state of the art suite of solutions to address these risks across a wide variety of applications.
Pictured at the signing of the Distribution Agreement are Neil O’ Carroll, Chemstore CEO and Ann-Heidi Leine, Sales Manager AllMaritim.
Commenting on their appointment, AllMaritim Managing Director Trond Dale said; “We believe that Chemstore’s products will add substantially to AllMaritim’s existing proposition to customers. We are particularly strong in the oil and gas sector where our spill response and recovery solutions are well established. We are excited about the opportunities in this and other sectors where we are active such as construction, mining and also pharmaceuticals.
Chemstore made history in 2015 with the launch of its DNV 2.7-2 certified Firevault product specifically for demanding offshore oil and gas applications. It became the first Irish supplier of HazMat storage systems to receive ISO 9001 accreditation in 2012. The company has expanded its manufacturing capacity on two occasions and now operates from a 15,000m2 facility in Limerick, Ireland.
2017 promises to be another exciting year in the company’s growth and development with additional significant product launches planned, and further expansion of its global footprint into overseas markets.
Headquartered in Ireland Chemstore is a recognised leader in the manufacture of storage systems for hazardous materials and mission critical equipment. Over its 23-year history the company has grown to establish leadership positions in Ireland and the UK with a blue-chip client base across a wide variety of sectors including oil & gas, heavy industry, pharmaceutical, telecommunications and petrochemical. The company operates a manufacturing facility and sales operation in Ireland, with UK sales managed from its subsidiary in London.
AllMaritim AS is a leading supplier to the international oil spill response industry and has been active in this sector since 1988. Today the company is recognized in more than 30 countries as providing industry leading oil spill response and recovery solutions to customers. AllMaritim AS is supported by two main manufacturers, NOFI Tromsø AS and Noren Bergen AS who supply a complete range of complementary products comprising oil containment booms and oil recovery systems, respectively. AllMaritim is a proud supplier of products that have made a difference over 25 years.
Contact Details for Press & PR Enquiries:
Chemstore Engineering Ltd: AllMaritim AS:
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