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Quinn launch new cement range in Ireland

Seamus McMahon

Quinn Cement launch new range of bagged cements in Ireland following success in Britain

QUINN Cement have launched a new range of bagged cement products in Ireland after the success of the range in Britain. The company has invested more than €3 million in its cement plant to bring the new range to the market, which includes three new cement products: General Purpose Cement, Master Grade Cement and Premium Grade Cement.

Each product in the range is available in robust weatherproof plastic packaging following the installation of a new bagging line in the Quinn Cement factory. The new packaging is suitable for merchants’ and builders’ yards, giving extra protection against the elements and ease of handling thanks to the rough grip texture of the plastic.

Quinn say the new cement range has been tailored to cater for individual applications, with each product boasting properties suited to different purposes, whether that be superior strength, enhanced workability, frost protection or just general use.

Seamus McMahon (pictured), Quinn Building Products’ Irish sales and marketing director, said: ‘We’re delighted to bring the new range to Ireland, particularly given the success we’ve witnessed in the British market where bagged cement sales have seen a huge increase since the range was launched earlier this year.

‘News of the Irish launch has been very well received by our merchant customers, and the demand to stock the new products here has been growing since they were unveiled for the British market. In particular, we expect the weatherproof bags to be very popular across Ireland, as they have been in Britain.’

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