CIUR (UK) Ltd.
CIUR will be featured in the Dutch TV show Alles over Wonen on SBS 6, Sunday 22.10. at 3:30 PM.
You will learn how we sort and process old paper and how we manufacture thermal cellulose insulation. Our report in this TV show will be in English.
CIUR are pleased to announce that Mr Gordon Lewis is now assisting the Company for all fibre dosing system enquiries.
CIUR are pleased to announce that Mr Jonathan Ward will join the Company as a Sales Consultant.
We are sorry to announce Mr Neil Turner will be leaving CIUR on Thursday 30 June 2016.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Neil for the support he has provided CIUR since joining the Company in October 2014, it is very much appreciated. We wish Neil every success in his new career.
Please be assured service levels will not be affected in any way. CIUR takes pride in providing their Customers with quality product & excellent customer service & support.
All aspects of Technical enquiries for Insulation products will be provided by our Warmcel Insulation Distributor PYC Insulation.
Please see below contact details for PYC:
email@example.com 01938 500 797 – Charlotte Smith (Charlie)
CIUR are currently in the process of sourcing to appoint an experienced candidate to cover the Industrial & Road Division side of the business. Kath Richards (Operations Manager) & Melvyn Parker (Sales Engineer) will be covering all aspects of these divisions until further notice. Both Kath & Melvyn have gained a vast knowledge of the Industrial & Asphalt Industry over the last 20 years.
Please see below contact details for Kath Richards & Melvyn Parker:
Kath Richards – mobile: +44-07814-752255, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melvyn Parker – mobile: +44- 07817-656197, e-mail: email@example.com
Please note: you may also contact our Sales office & speak with our experienced staff
CIUR (UK) Ltd.
CIUR (UK) has made a joint visit with a group of their approved UK based Warmcel insulation installers and UK distributor, PYC Insulation Limited, to the CIUR a.s. factory in Brandys nad Labem, near Prague, Czech Republic. The aim of the visit was to build on our excellent business relationships and show the UK installers the new investments made by CIUR a.s. (new bagging machine for Warmcel Insulation), the paper sorting system and also demonstrations on acoustic spraying fibre technology.
After the meeting a tour of the city of Prague was made followed by dinner.
Speaking from the CIUR (UK) office, Kath Richards, Operations Manager CIUR (UK) Limited stated ‘we all thought that the meeting went very well indeed. The visit gave us the opportunity to further develop our already excellent customer relationships and also show the major manufacturing investments made by our parent company CIUR a.s.’
Jasper Meade, Managing Director, PYC Insulation, stated ‘all of the Warmcel installers thoroughly enjoyed the visit to the CIUR a.s. factory and were extremely impressed by the scale and high tech nature of the facility’. Jasper added ‘all of the UK Warmcel installers have passed on their thanks to Mr Michal Urbanek, MD, CIUR a.s./(UK) and also to Mr Mojmir Urbanek, Production and Technology Director, CIUR a.s.’
Please come and visit us at the Warmcel stands:
|Birmingham||April 14-17, 2016||Stand B115|
|Glasgow||May 14-15, 2016||Stand 406|
|Southern||June 25-26, 2016||Stand 798|
|Edinburgh||October 16-17, 2016||Stand 323|
|Southwest (Somerset)||November 21-22, 2016||Stand 212|
Collaborative Media's latest programme Green Innovation broadcasts on Sky 189, Sunday 7th February 10am.
With the UK on the cusp of a revolution in renewable technologies, this programme examines the pioneering technologies reducing our environmental impact. We look at industry leaders across the energy, marine and construction sectors.
We feature the following companies:
GI Energy, renewable systems and ground source heat pump specialists, discuss the necessity and practicalities of saving carbon and the efficiencies and cost-savings this can bring to consumers and companies.
Ecospeed Marine Ltd, have researched and developed low energy technologies for the marine industry. They discuss the impact of the marine industry and the necessity of investing in new technologies. We look at how new propulsion technologies can reduce energy requirements and improve performance.
CIUR, explain how the UK construction industry is re-using waste newspaper by converting it into Cellulose wall insulation. We explore the potential energy savings and how this could help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets.
Despite the improvements the UK lags behind many European countries in renewable energy generation. We examine urgent changes needed to volume house building and how German innovations like passive houses could be introduced at larger scale within UK construction.
We explore a case study from a HS2 site in which renewable technologies are being embedded to provide 33% of all energy used.
This programme showcases new methods, which offer the long-term cost and energy savings required to make the UK a leading nation in tackling carbon emissions.
Please tune in to Sky 189, Sunday 7th February 10am and share this blog on social media. Get in touch with Collaborative Media with any questions or if you would like to appear on a future episode.
CIUR (UK) Ltd. is announcing a restructuring of its senior management team due to the retirement of David Craig, MD, after over 40 years of working.
Kath Richards will be taking up the role of Operations Manager and will be responsible for the commercial and financial aspects of the CIUR (UK) business. Kath has over 20 years of experience in the cellulose fibre industry and played a key role in the setting up of CIUR (UK) back in 2011. Speaking from the CIUR (UK) office Kath stated “I am extremely pleased to take up the role of Operations Manager and looking forward to continuing the excellent levels of service that we provide to our customers.”
Neil Turner will be Technical Manager and will be responsible for all technical aspects of the business. Neil has over 13 years of experience in cellulose fibres and joined CIUR (UK) last year. Speaking from the CIUR (UK) office Neil commented “I am very happy to be looking after all of the technical aspects of the business including asphalt fibres.”
Speaking from the CIUR a.s. factory in Prague Mr. Michal Urbanek, MD of both CIUR a.s. and CIUR (UK) stated “We would like to thank David for the work that he has performed over the past few years and wish him and his family a happy and healthy retirement.” Mr. Michal Urbanek also stated “I am pleased that the company continues to have an excellent and experienced management team that has the knowledge to continue the excellent service levels provided and take the business forward.”
|Mgr. Michal Urbanek