Dublin, November 18, 2018: A new type of construction supply will be delivered by the construction supply company Trillium in Dublin, as it expands its supply chain in the city ahead of the 2019–20 Construction Season.
The company has been established in 2013, and employs over 30 people.
“Our goal is to deliver the best possible product for our clients and customers.
This new supply chain will provide Trillum with the ability to better meet their demand, and we are very excited to welcome Trillums supply chain partners,” said Richard Cairns, Chief Executive of Trillumbra.
The Trillunium supply chain is already being tested and is now ready for use in construction.
“We will be introducing new Trillumes in the first half of 2019.
We expect this supply chain to be very beneficial to the construction industry and to help us continue to deliver value for our customers.”
The Trills main product is the ‘Garney Construction Supply’ line of hand tools, power tools and other supplies.
“Garney is committed to delivering high-quality construction supplies to the community and we have a wide range of products in our portfolio,” said John Garney, CEO of Trills Ireland.
“These new products will help us achieve this objective.”
Trillumbras main suppliers are in Dublin and Limerick.
The Dublin Trillumber is also expanding its supply of hand saws, power drills and other tools.
“In the first quarter of 2019 we have increased our production capacity to provide our customers with cutting edge, high-value products for the construction sector.
This has been driven by our expansion in the UK and expansion in Ireland.
We are also expanding our supply to other construction industries,” said Mr Cairn.
In Limerick, the Trillumpra supply chain consists of a range of construction products, such as power saws and power drill accessories.
“The new Trimbunum line of construction supplies will enable us to provide Trimbumbra customers with products that are of the highest quality.
The Trimbundra supply base is already fully up to the task,” said Trillupra’s Mr John Garley.
The Irish Times has contacted Trillimbas representatives for more information.