A Donegal owned manufacturing company have teamed up with a leading UK building college to help train their staff in roofing.
Kytun Dry Roofing Products are a company based in the UK but are owned by Northwest Aluminum Ltd based in Kilmacrennan have now partnered with the Leeds College of Building for roofing students..
Kytun Company Director, Daniel Gallagher, said: ‘We are delighted to be bringing all our 30 years of experience in helping the roofing students understand the new dry fix regulations and also using our products to do so is fantastic on an ongoing basis.'
He added ‘dry fixing has been the norm in Ireland for over 30 years and we have been manufacturing products to suit those weather conditions and we are delighted to bring that knowledge to the UK and to the Roofing Apprentices at Leeds College.'
Kytun UK Sales Manager, Termon man Pauric Hilferty said 'It’s a great endorsement for us here at Kytun Dry Roofing Products to be selected to train the students in this new method of dry fixing and we look forward to developing our relationship further with Leeds College’.
Chris Messenger roofing and tiling lecturer at Leeds College of Building said; 'This is fantastic news for us here at Leeds College the Roofing Apprentice will be trained to the highest level and this ensures the apprentices will be learning from top professionals in this section'.
Kytun (UK) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of North West Aluminium Ltd set up in 2010.
North West Aluminium is one of the largest manufacturers of roofing and ventilation products in Ireland UK. UK.