Ntron opens new manufacturing facility for oxygen measurement

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May 7, 2019

May 7, 2019

Ntron opens new manufacturing facility for oxygen measurement

Ntron Gas Measurement Ltd has opened a new manufacturing facility for oxygen measurement in Ireland (Courtesy Ntron)

Ntron Gas Measurement Ltd, located in Navan, County Meath, Ireland, has opened a new 2800 m2 (30,000 ft2) manufacturing facility for oxygen measurement. Ntron designs and manufactures gas analysis and control solutions for a range of industries including pharmaceutical, gas generation and Additive Manufacturing.

The company became part of the Process Sensing Technologies (PST) group in January 2019, thereby expanding its product range. According to Ntron, the latest expansion will enable further growth in the services it provides. David Beirne, Managing Director of Ntron, stated, “We are delighted to be launching this state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that will enable our company to support continued growth, and better support the demands of our customers.”

The manufacturing facility was officially opened by Damien English TD, Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, who commented, “I am delighted to join with Ntron Ltd for the official opening of their second manufacturing site in Navan, County Meath. This 30,000 ft2 expansion gives the company the increased capacity it needs to meet the increasing global demand for specialised gas measurement units.”

English continued, “In particular, I would like to congratulate David Beirne and all the staff here at Ntron for this incredible achievement. Ntron has been part of Navan life for over thirty years. A company with global ambition, Ntron are now selling into multiple markets including Europe, the US and even as far afield as India and China.”

“I am also delighted to learn that Ntron have experienced significant growth over a number of years and now employ thirty-six staff. This success is attributable to the technical skills that you have on site here in Navan and demonstrates the exceptional engineering talent, coupled with a strong and driven management team of the business,” he concluded.

Stephen Creaner, Executive Director, Enterprise Ireland, stated, “Enterprise Ireland has worked closely with Ntron over a number of years to support the company in their growth phase to become a market leader. It is exciting to see this highly innovative company go from strength to strength with further plans for its R&D roadmap and recruitment here in Navan. Enterprise Ireland will continue to work with Ntron as they build, scale and expand their global market reach. We wish them every success for the future.”

www.ntron.com

www.processsensing.com

 

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