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The Chief Executive of Manufacturing NI, Stephen Kelly, pays a visit to Camden’s manufacturing facilities in Antrim

MANUFACTURING NI Chief Executive Stephen Kelly visited Camden’s headquarters this week to witness the company’s steadfast commitment to sustainability.

During his visit, Mr. Kelly toured the extensive 550,000 ft² manufacturing facilities spanning two locations in Co. Antrim, with a focus on key areas such as closed-loop recycling and extrusion facilities.

Camden’s recycling facility plays a pivotal role in its circular manufacturing, helping the company achieve a 70% reduction in carbon frame emissions.

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, Camden boasts a workforce of 450 employees.

SUSTAINABILITY: Mark McEvoy, Camden Sales Director and Mark Lavery Camden factory Manager, show Stephen Kelly around Camden’s recycling facility

Expressing his thoughts during the visit, Stephen Kelly said: “Camden has been quietly leading the way in Northern Ireland in terms of closed-loop manufacturing for over 13 years.  As one of Northern Ireland’s main employers with ambitious growth plans, Camden is ideally positioned to provide high-quality, low-carbon uPVC window and door solutions to both the UK and Irish markets.”

Mark McEvoy, Commercial Sales Director at Camden, added: “We were delighted to welcome Manufacturing NI’s Stephen Kelly to Camden to see the company’s commitment towards creating economic opportunity and reducing carbon emissions throughout our production process.

“Camden is proud to be an above national minimum wage employer. As we enter our 40th year, we do so with a continued commitment towards sustainable manufacturing and investing in our people.”

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