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S75 4AD
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About Naylor Group

Naylor Drainage has over 130 years’ experience in clay drainage manufacture, & has evolved to become one of Europe’s leading drainage manufacturers, producing over 2.5 million metres of pipes each year.

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Denlok - specially developed vitrified clay pipe system to meet the requirements of pipe installation by trenchless construction methods.

Versatile, flexible repair couplings used to jointing pipes of both similar & different materials & sizes. The extensive range connects pipes from 24mm to over 2000mm (DN).

Metro Twinwall ducting offers the advantages of lightweight flexible product combined with high strength & durability. MetroTwin (sticks) & MetroFlex (coils) are supplied in various colours and markings. The pipe is normally supplied in either 6 metre lengths or 50 metre coils.

Twinwall pipes suitable for the collection & disposal of surface & sub-surface storm water. The product meets the specific requirements of the Highways Agency Manual of Contract Documents for Highways Works & is an approved alternative to the products in Table 5/1 of the Specification for Highways Works.

Naylor Specialist Plastics extrudes plastic tubes & profiles in a wide range of materials & colours for a broad range of sectors. Tubes from as small as 2mm up to 200mm OD with up to a 20mm wall & almost any variation in between. Contact the Specialist Plastics team on 0121 522 0290.

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A range of plastic extrusions & flexible ducting for a wide range of sectors. Ventilation ducting - for domestic mining & tunnelling industries. Flexible duct -for air conditioning, extraction of hazardous materials & portable heating devices. Plastic extrusions - both rigid & flexible tubes. Fabrications department - offers secondary process services. Contact our Amco Plastics team on 01709 872574.

Our wide range of lintels includes:
  • Ultra-Fire –lintels that can offer up to 240 minutes fire protection.
  • Hi-Spec –high performance unit for use in plastered situations. All units come with 30 minutes fire rating as standard.
  • Fair Faced –used in exposed blockwork with a smooth, consistent colour finish.
  • Fire-Spec –added benefit of increased fire protection of up to four hours.
  • Contact our Concrete Products team on 01226 320810.

EasiWall - a flexible and cost effective interlocking modular block retaining wall system. Can be built up to achieve retaining wall structures. Ideal for both temporary & permanent applications. Contact our Concrete Products team on 01226 320810.

Naylor pre-stressed concrete products precast wall units, Baywall prestressed concrete panels, Sealwall liquid holding tanks, modular precast concrete tanks, bespoke items are used extensively in the treatment & processing of waste liquids & the storage of recycling materials. Contact our White's Concrete team on 01226 320810

Addressing the growing need for environmental products & SUDs solutions that have a sustainable element to them, using recycled materials where possible & all offering an improvement to the surrounding built environment. These include:
  • Grass Grids - various grades to suit different applications
  • Aquavoid stormwater storage for both infiltration and attenuation
  • Enviroflow - non-clogging fully recycled high strength land drainage & filtration solution
  • TechTurf - reinforced root-zone grass system that creates a free draining natural grass surface
  • Smart Sponge® - innovative way of addressing pollution in surface water
Contact our Environmental Products team on 01226 794020



Naylor Industries bounces back from pandemic disruption

Naylor Industries plc, the construction materials manufacturer, has reported an “encouraging” set of results for the year to 28 February 2022, with acquisitions and organic growth both contributing to a year of strong growth. Naylor’s turnover increased 35 per cent to £69.8m (2021: £51.7m), bouncing back from a pandemic-related 7 per cent fall in the prior year.

During the year, the company made two acquisitions: Gainsborough-based Schauenburg Technical Solutions in August 2021 and Slaithwaite-based D&B Injection Moulding in February 2022. As a result of these acquisitions, Naylor has added a permanent formwork system, Novoform, and a range of electrical glands to its product portfolio. Since the year-end, the company made the further acquisition of Burnley-based Tuffpipes.

Naylor again invested heavily in plant and premises, with £5.7m of capital additions (2021: £3.8m) including an automated concrete lintel plant at Barugh Green and a site at Garforth for concrete fencing manufacture. Despite the disruption associated with integrating acquisitions and commissioning new equipment, profitability progressed steadily as the business emerged from the pandemic, with underlying profit before tax of £4.1m (2021: £2.9m).

Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor said: “The year has been encouraging, with buoyancy returning to our core construction, utilities and infrastructure markets. Supply chains have been challenging, with cost increases and material shortages, but I think we have dealt with these reasonably well. We have been pleased to see the impact of recent capital investment in terms of increased productivity.”

Despite economic uncertainty, Naylor remains optimistic about the future, with business development plans for the coming years including further significant capital investment. An ongoing apprentice programme is introducing the next generation of skilled employees into the business.

About Naylor Industries:

Naylor is a fourth-generation family business with eight manufacturing sites across the UK, including three in the Barnsley area.

The company manufactures clay and plastic pipes as well as concrete products and employs 400 people. It serves customers in the infrastructure, utilities, construction and agriculture markets.

Every year, Naylor manufactures enough pipe and ducting to stretch around the world, twice. In addition, it has a successful consumer business, manufacturing frost-proof flowerpots for the UK home leisure market.
Naylor completes acquisition of £2m-turnover Tuffpipes

Naylor Drainage has completed the acquisition of Tuffpipes Ltd, a Burnley-based manufacturer of PVC pipes for the utility industries, for an undisclosed sum. The company has over £2m turnover and 11 employees.

Naylor Drainage is a manufacturer of clay and plastic pipes for the construction and infrastructure sectors, with factories in Cawthorne near Barnsley and Methil in Scotland; it is a subsidiary of Naylor Industries plc, a fourth-generation family business, which has £70m turnover and some 420 employees.

Naylor Group Chief Executive Edward Naylor said: “Tuffpipes is a great fit with our business and allows us to offer our customers a broader range of PVC as well as Polyethylene ducting products. We’re looking forward to working with Neil and Amanda to maximise the potential of the Tuffpipes business.”

For the remainder of this year, Tuffpipes will operate as a standalone subsidiary of Naylor Drainage, with manufacturing continuing on the company’s Burnley site. Tuffpipes’ Neil and Amanda Tuff will remain with the business and oversee its integration into the Naylor Group.

Naylor Specialist Plastics, part of the Barnsley based Naylor Industries Group, has acquired electrical industry supplier D&B Injection Moulders Ltd for an initial consideration of nearly £1m.
D&B manufactures cable glands and accessories used in cable management. The business is based in Slaithwaite, near Huddersfield and operates 12 injection moulding machines.
Naylor Specialist Plastics manufactures extrusions and mouldings for a variety of industries from its premises in Wombwell and Tipton. The acquisition complements Naylor’s existing manufacture of electrical conduit.
Naylor Group CEO Edward Naylor commented “this is an excellent fit with our existing conduit business and we’re looking forward to being able to offer an enhanced range of products to our customers in the electrical contracting and distribution industries.”
Naylor hosts Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire to mark Queen's Award win and highlight positive culture in manufacturing

Naylor Industries plc, the family-owned construction materials manufacturer, has hosted a visit by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire in recognition of its Clayware business winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Professor Dame Hilary Chapman DBE toured the Wombwell manu-facturing site with group CEO Edward Naylor and met with employees including long-serving mem-bers of staff and new apprentices.

The award in the International Trade category recognised Naylor’s global success, most notably with its innovative high-performance clay pipe products Denlok and Thermachem, which have been de-livered to every continent and 65 countries worldwide.

Mr Naylor said: “We were honoured to receive a visit from the Lord-Lieutenant in recognition of our export growth. Many of our employees have contributed and this prestigious award and special visit are a fantastic recognition of their efforts over many years. As someone who has had a long and dis-tinguished career in nursing, Dame Hilary fully understands the importance of people to the success of any organisation.”

Mr Naylor had earlier attended a Windsor Castle reception for Queen’s Awards winners alongside Princess Anne and Prince Charles.

It has been a busy quarter for Naylor Industries, a fourth-generation family business with six manu-facturing sites across the UK, including three in the Barnsley area, and more than 400 employees, with the company also receiving external recognition of both its diversity and its health and safety.

The company was highly commended in the corporate category of the Women of the Future Awards for having a culture which recognises and promotes the contribution of female talent. Mr Naylor said: “We are very lucky to have such a talented group of senior women at Naylor and hope this recogni-tion will inspire the next generation of female leaders to join us.”

Naylor also won the British Ceramic Confederation’s Pledge Award of Excellence for overall pro-gress in health and safety. Mr Naylor said: “It has been an extraordinarily challenging two years, but our Environment, Health and Safety director Keren McBratney and her team – including former ap-prentice Jesse Taylor – have done exceptional work in keeping everyone safe during the pandemic and providing wellbeing support in areas such as mental health.”

“All of these achievements demonstrate the positive culture we have established at Naylor Indus-tries for the benefit of our staff and customers.”
Naylor hosts Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire to mark Queen's Award win and highlight positive culture in manufacturing

Naylor Industries plc, the family-owned construction materials manufacturer, has hosted a visit by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire in recognition of its Clayware business winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Professor Dame Hilary Chapman DBE toured the Wombwell manu-facturing site with group CEO Edward Naylor and met with employees including long-serving mem-bers of staff and new apprentices.

The award in the International Trade category recognised Naylor’s global success, most notably with its innovative high-performance clay pipe products Denlok and Thermachem, which have been de-livered to every continent and 65 countries worldwide.

Mr Naylor said: “We were honoured to receive a visit from the Lord-Lieutenant in recognition of our export growth. Many of our employees have contributed and this prestigious award and special visit are a fantastic recognition of their efforts over many years. As someone who has had a long and dis-tinguished career in nursing, Dame Hilary fully understands the importance of people to the success of any organisation.”

Mr Naylor had earlier attended a Windsor Castle reception for Queen’s Awards winners alongside Princess Anne and Prince Charles.

It has been a busy quarter for Naylor Industries, a fourth-generation family business with six manu-facturing sites across the UK, including three in the Barnsley area, and more than 400 employees, with the company also receiving external recognition of both its diversity and its health and safety.

The company was highly commended in the corporate category of the Women of the Future Awards for having a culture which recognises and promotes the contribution of female talent. Mr Naylor said: “We are very lucky to have such a talented group of senior women at Naylor and hope this recogni-tion will inspire the next generation of female leaders to join us.”

Naylor also won the British Ceramic Confederation’s Pledge Award of Excellence for overall pro-gress in health and safety. Mr Naylor said: “It has been an extraordinarily challenging two years, but our Environment, Health and Safety director Keren McBratney and her team – including former ap-prentice Jesse Taylor – have done exceptional work in keeping everyone safe during the pandemic and providing wellbeing support in areas such as mental health.”

“All of these achievements demonstrate the positive culture we have established at Naylor Indus-tries for the benefit of our staff and customers.”

“Women of the Future” is a prestigious national Awards programme which celebrates the successes of young female leaders.

Barnsley based Naylor Industries were shortlisted in the 2021 Corporate category and the Naylor delegation at the awards ceremony were delighted to be “highly commended", despite competition from major corporations and multinationals.

Naylor CEO Edward Naylor commented “we’re very lucky to have such a talented group of senior women at Naylor”. Naylor HR Director Corina Cato added “we’ve made great progress in recruiting and developing senior women over recent years and hope that this award will inspire the next generation of female leaders to join us”

The British Ceramic Confederation’s Health & Safety Pledge Conference is an annual event designed to share best practice across ceramic manufacturing & recognize achievement within the industry.
A group of employees from Naylor Drainage attended the conference in Stoke-on-Trent & were awarded certificates in 5 separate categories– including Naylor’s Jamie Nixon who won an individual award.
Naylor were particularly thrilled to win the overall award– the Pledge Award of Excellence for overall progress in Health & Safety. Naylor’s Environment, Health & Safety Director Keren McBratney commented “my team have worked exceptionally hard through the pandemic to keep everyone safe and provide wellbeing support in areas such as mental health, and we’re delighted to receive this external recognition of our efforts”. Naylor CEO Edward Naylor added “it has been a most challenging 18 months but the work done by Keren and her team- including Jesse Taylor, a former apprentice of ours- has been exceptional and we are very proud”

With effect from 4 August 2021, Naylor Specialist Plastics Ltd has acquired 100% of the share capital of Schauenburg Technical Solutions Ltd.

Schauenburg is a Gainsborough-based manufacturer and supplier of ventilation duct, pultrusions, GRP pipes, formwork and other technical products. The company has some £4m turnover and 20 employees.

There is some overlap with the existing Naylor range as both businesses manufacture ventilation duct but Schauenburg also introduces some new products to Naylor, most notably the Novoform permanent formwork range and a pultrusion manufacturing capability.

Schauenburg has been renamed Naylor Technical Solutions Ltd with immediate effect; the new business will operate as a “stand alone” subsidiary of Naylor Specialist Plastics Ltd. Activities will continue on the Gainsborough site and Schauenburg’s Chris Simpson will remain with the business as Managing Director, overseeing its integration into the Naylor Group.

Naylor Group Chief Executive Edward Naylor commented “We’re looking forward to working together with Chris and the Schauenburg team to maximise the business’ potential”.

We’ve produced a short video which showcases our new acquisition’s operations and products- please click here
New British Ceramic Confederation President announced

EDWARD Naylor has been confirmed as the new President of the British Ceramic Confederation, the trade association for the UK ceramics manufacturing industry.

The 57-year-old, who has been CEO of family business Naylor Industries for 27 years, succeeds Keith Barker, Managing Director of Wienerberger UK, for a two-year term.

Edward said: “I’m honoured to accept this role and really looking forward to supporting BCC’s Chief Executive Dr Laura Cohen and her team in representing a crucial industry at a critical time both economically and politically.”

Laura Cohen added: “We are delighted to welcome Edward as the incoming President of the British Ceramic Confederation and would like to thank Keith Barker for his hard work, support and dedication in the role for the past two years.”

Naylor Industries has six manufacturing sites with its head office in Barnsley. The group primarily manufactures construction materials including clay pipes, a product which it has manufactured since its formation in 1890. An active exporter, Naylor’s clay division was awarded a Queen’s Award for international trade earlier this year.

Pipe manufacturer Naylor Clayware has been honoured with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category for its high-performance products which are used in demanding applications around the world.
Naylor Clayware is a division of Naylor Industries plc, a fourth generation family business based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Clay pipe production is an activity which has been associated with the Naylor Group since its foundation in 1890, but as the needs of the construction industry have evolved, so too has the Naylor product offering. The development of high-performance clay pipe systems for trenchless installation and handling hot or corrosive effluents has led to areas of world-leading technical expertise.
The company supplies challenging schemes across the globe, such as where surface activity precludes digging a trench or where process plants emit aggressive chemicals. Its Denlok trenchless pipe has been particularly beneficial internationally in allowing authorities to install or upgrade sewers in fast-growing metropolitan areas where it is impractical to dig up the roads without dramatically disrupting daily life. International sales growth of these high-performance products has led to the company being awarded the Queen’s Award for International Trade; indeed since developing these ranges, the company’s products have been supplied onto every continent and into 65 countries worldwide.
Naylor CEO Edward Naylor, who has been running the business since 1993, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to receive this award. We’ve got a fantastic team: from long-servers with decades of experience through to young and enthusiastic apprentices and this really is a wonderful recognition of all their hard work over so many years.”
He added: “We’d also like to thank our international network of agents and distributors who work tirelessly in flying the Naylor flag across the globe.”
Now in its 55th year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the country, with winning businesses able to use the esteemed Queen’s Awards emblem for the next five years.
Denlok Express rises to the challenge

Allen Watson Ltd who provide trenchless installation services to groundwork contractors and building firms across the UK, were the contractors for the recent foul sewer installation project at a Redrow Housing Development in Kent.
The project challenge was to install a 225mm no dig drainage foul sewer system under Sutton Road in Maidstone, Kent.
The solution was achieved by using Naylor’s DN225 Denlok clay jacking pipe, installed using an AWL GAB.85v guided auger bore machine with optical electronic navigation.
Naylor Denlok is a specially developed vitrified clay pipe system, available ex stock, to meet the requirements of pipe installation by trenchless construction methods, such as
• Microtunnelling
• Guided auger boring
• Pipe bursting
• Pipe eating
• Slip lining
Simon Marsh, the project manager at Allen Watson, commented “There was extremely limited site space at the project and AWL were supported by the Naylor Drainage new lead time protocol of direct to site delivery within 5 working days. This facilitated the delivery of pipes for each individual drive, keeping the site footprint to a minimum”
Chessington Decontamination Unit

Naylor Thermachem drainage has been selected to handle the discharge of the chemicals that will be used on site for the cleaning and decontamination processes. During these processes aggressive chemicals such as caustic soda are used at high temperatures to sterilise instruments. Naylor Thermachem will handle the discharge of these chemicals to a storage tank where it can be treated before re-use or safe disposal.
Naylor Thermachem drainage provides excellent corrosion resistance to cleaning chemicals used in cleanroom and decontamination applications. Naylor Thermachem also provides excellent resistance to Thermal Shock ensuring pipes will not suffer from cracking due to thermal shock if constantly subjected to high temperature chemical discharges followed by cold water rinsing. Naylor Thermachem pipes will ensure there are no leaks in the pipeline and ensure any aggressive chemicals used are maintained on site and treated accordingly.
Steris is a company focused on products and services for infection prevention in the healthcare, pharmaceutical and medical devices sectors. Operating worldwide in over 100 countries the company provides a range of solutions from supplying capital equipment to consumables. In its new large scale Chessington Decontamination Unit it will provide healthcare services including instrument sterilisation, medical device decontamination and surgical instrument repair for a number of NHS trusts. Once completed this will be the largest facility for Steris in the UK.

Project: Chessington Decontamination Unit
Client: Steris
Main Contractor: Merit
Civil Contractor: Advanced Construction Services
Products supplied: Thermachem DN100 and DN150 with push fit EPDM couplings

Naylor Celebrates 130th Anniversary

Barnsley-based building material manufacturer Naylor Industries is celebrating its 130th year.
The company, which was founded as a clay pipe manufacturer by George Wilfred Naylor in 1890, remains in family hands under CEO Edward Naylor, the fourth generation of the family to head up the business.
Naylor was founded in the West Yorkshire village of Denby Dale and retains a Yorkshire focus today, with three of its five factories being in the Barnsley area.
More recently, Naylor has acquired manufacturing sites in Fife and the West Midlands.
While the company still manufactures clay pipes, recent decades have seen the business diversify, launching a range of plastic and concrete products and carrying out a multi-million pound programme of investment in its manufacturing capabilities.
Naylor is an active exporter, having sold its products into 65 international markets.
Although the company primarily supplies the construction industry, its Yorkshire Flowerpots business is now the UK’s largest manufacturer of terracotta garden pots.
Business turnover exceeds £55m and the company employs some 400 people.
Most recently, Naylor has been developing the next generation of the business with an active apprentice programme and a management trainee initiative, involving sponsorship of degree level studies.
Edward Naylor, chief executive, said: “We're very proud of our history as very few businesses make it through to the fourth generation.
“But we're always very keen to look forward as well as back, and our emphasis on innovation and diversification has been key to growing the business.
“We're hoping that this - and the development of apprentices and other young people in the business - provide firm foundations for another 130 years of growth.”
Naylor Acquires Procter Fencing

Naylor Concrete Products has acquired the business and certain assets of concrete fencing manufacturer Procter Fencing for an undisclosed sum.

Procter Fencing is a manufacturer and supplier of concrete fence posts and ancil-lary products. The business has a turnover of £3.3m, is based in Garforth and em-ploys 32 people; Procter director Keith Kirwin will be joining Naylor.

Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor said: “We’re looking forward to working with the Procter team to develop their fencing range and capacity and are excited about being able to offer our customers a wider range of concrete products.”

Naylor Concrete Products Ltd is based at Barugh Green, Barnsley and is part of Naylor Industries plc, a fourth-generation family group of manufacturing busi-nesses.

The company has been manufacturing prestressed concrete lintels for over 50 years; its precast activities tanks and retaining walls date back to the acquisition of White’s (Concrete) Ltd in 2016.

The company recently commissioned a new £2m automated lintel manufacturing plant which has improved productivity and increased capacity.

As part of Naylor Lintels £2 million manufacturing improvement project for manufacture of prestressed concrete lintels, they have used their own Whites Concrete modular tanks to create a recycling tank for water from the extrusion process and wash off area.
Four modular tanks were used in sequence. Each having a 10,000 litre capacity giving a total capacity of 40,000 litres. Each tank has a dimension of 2.0m high x 2.4m long x 2.3m wide.
A single modular tank has a holding capacity of 10 cubic metres or 10,000 litres and combined with further elements a tank of 100 cubic metres or 100,000l can be achieved.
Designed for use below ground and suitable for storage of most liquid types. Commonly used to contain leachate and dirty water the tanks are supplied in flat pack form complete with concrete covers which can be solid, slatted or have a manhole opening.
Notice to our customers and suppliers

Given the rather extraordinary times in which we live, we wanted to give you an update from Naylor. As regards the current state of play, it is very much business as usual. All our factories are operating as normal; a very small number of our colleagues are self-isolating (although this is for precautionary reasons and we have no confirmed Coronavirus cases amongst our employee base).

We have heeded the Government’s guidance on social distancing and are trying to spread our employees as widely as possible across our offices and factories; in particular, we are trying to split up groups of people fulfilling similar roles to minimize the risk of losing key business functions.

We are perhaps fortunate that Construction, our main market, is an outdoor activity and hopefully will be less impacted than industries such as hospitality and travel. At the moment, our customers are open, most construction sites seem to be operating normally and order intake is close to budget.

We believe we have robust supply lines covering the main materials, products and services; these should allow us to offer a normal service for the foreseeable future.

We’re conscious that things are changing very quickly but this is as at today’s date, 20 March.

With every best wish from all at Naylor
Everards Brewery

Everards brewery and visitor centre in Leicester is part of the Everards Meadow site which provides an outdoor recreations space with opportunities for walking, cycling, and birdwatching.
The facility will include a 200 plus capacity beer hall and distillery to make spirits for it’s own chain of pubs, in addition to Everards traditional brewing facilities which were founded in 1849.
The Naylor Thermachem drainage will provide
resistance to the high temperatures and chemicals discharged during the CIP (Clean In Place) operation at the brewery. Ensuring chemicals used on site are contained and helping to ensure the site look after its natural surroundings.
Naylor worked with WSP Consultant Engineers
during the design phase to ensure the pipes would provide the correct level of chemical resistance and to advise on the most appropriate coupling solution.
Naylor technical staff visited site to train Hannon Brothers ground workers on correct installation techniques.
Pipe Diameter: DN100 and DN150
Total Metres: 165M
Coupling Type: Chemical Band-Seal with Fluoropolymer Liner
Groundwork Contractor: Hannon Brothers

Naylor Archive Uncovers Historic Document

A recent find in the Cawthorne archives of Naylor Drainage is now proudly residing in a museum.

A Naylor employee with an interest in history came across a St John’s Ambulance document from the 1980s in the Naylor archives; the document carried early guidance for first aiders relating to the AIDS virus. An archives hub search only came up with one similar item, from a different organisation from 1985.

Realising the potential significance of the document, the Order of St John Museum in London was contacted and the Museum curator was delighted to accept the donation of the document into their collection, commenting: “Many thanks to Naylor for donating this historical document to our Museum. This leaflet includes information around transmission which was thought to be true at the time but our advice to first aiders remains the same.”
Naylor Employee Wins Award

Jade Terry, a Sales Manager for Barnsley based Naylor Drainage Ltd, has won a prestigious national award in an annual ceremony of the Builders Merchants Federation (BMF). Naylor Drainage are UK manufacturers of Plastic and Clay pipes; Jade, aged 29 and based at Naylor's Cawthorne site, is the account manager for a number of Naylor's most important accounts.
Jade was awarded the BMF Young Supplier Achiever award in the face of strong UK-wide competition.
Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor commented "we're absolutely thrilled for Jade. As a fourth generation family business, we're always trying to be one step ahead and it's great to see the next generation- of which Jade is a leading light- coming through"

Construction products manufacturer Naylor Industries plc held a Wellbeing day on its Cawthorne site, with medical checks and briefings on a variety of health related themes.
The event was visited by local MP Angela Smith. Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor commented "we were very grateful to Angela for supporting the event. We're a fourth generation family business with lots of long servers and we're obviously keen to help our employees keep fit and well."
Naylor Join Beach Clean

Members of Barnsley based Naylor Drainage recently met with volunteers from Waves of Waste and Yorkshire Wildlife Trust for a beach clean in Filey.
The two beach cleans started at 11am with a 100 metre audit. Once complete, the volunteers were off- armed with litter pickers and recycled bags.
In total, an impressive 21.75kg of litter was collected within the two hours. Considering most of the waste comprised lightweight items- small pieces of plastic, cigarette butts and foam- 21.75kg adds up to a lot of waste.
The litter picking concluded with some seaside fish and chips - with all containers being disposed of responsibly!
Naylor are planning to support future Waves of Waste/Yorkshire Wildlife Trust volunteering initiatives; those wanting to join them should contact or
Battlefield EFW Plant, Shrewsbury

Naylor Thermachem pipes have been installed at
Veolia’s Battlefield EFW plant in Shrewsbury. The facility will treat approx. 90,000 tonnes of Shropshire’s waste per year, generating enough electricity to power around 45,000 homes. With recycling schemes already in place landfill for the region will be reduced to just 5%. Thermachem pipes were chosen due to their excellent resistance to thermal shock and will carry boiler blow down water from the boiler to a holding tank, where water will be cooled and treated for re-use or discharge. Different coloured couplings, usually used to distinguish the coupler seal material, where used to identify the two different pipelines carrying different discharges. Clugston
construction installed the pipes working in
conjunction with EFW experts CNIM. Clugston
have constructed several EFW plants in the UK,
often using Naylor Thermachem pipes including
at Leeds at Wilton plants.
Pipe Diameters: DN150 and DN225
Total length: 150 metres
Coupling Type: Chemical push fit with EPDM seals
Naylor Smart Sponge used by Leading Coach Operator

John Marshall started Marshalls of Sutton On Trent Ltd in 1989 and they have become recognised as one of the leading coach and bus operators in the East Midlands, holding the prestigious CoachMarque and Guild of British
Coach operators accreditations since 2009 and 2018 respectively which are held by a small number of operators in the UK who subscribe to regular audits to ensure compliance and quality. Along side this we take health and
Safety and the Environmental impact very seriously.
Operating from a site in Main Street, Sutton-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire where the head office and service centre are located along with parking for the ever growing fleet of LEZ compliant coaches.
Considering the site has no main drains to the rear of the workshop to manage stormwater runoff with this type of commercial activity Paul Marshall Engineering Director installed an upgraded bunded diesel tank and filling
zone in February 2015 with the Naylor Smart Sponge® Smart Brake Technology and installed the unit in the specially designed sump to capture any Hydrocarbons that may wash off from the buses but more importantly as a failsafe precaution for the bunded diesel fuel tank.
The Naylor Smart Sponge® Smart Brake Absorbs any Hydrocarbons washed into the sump from rainfall events and solidifies the liquid into a solid manageable waste , however the Smart Brake has a more challenging aspect in that should a volume of Hydrocarbons enter the system the unique Smart Sponge® Technology inside the Smart Brake unit Absorbs the Hydrocarbon and seals the outlet pipe within minutes of the incident happening therefore
stopping any contamination from leaving the site and allowing a safe clean up at source.
In February 2016 after successfully completing the purchase of the old redundant Poplar Farm storage facility, Paul Marshall set about turning a section of the building into the vehicle wash area with a portable bus wash
unit, this meant creating a channel drainage run inside the building to capture any silts and sediments washing off the fleet and filtered via the Naylor Enviroflow Technology prior to the liquor washing through into the 2 Naylor Smart Sponge® Smart Filter units installed in the outside control chamber for
final clean and polish.
The 2 Naylor Smart Sponge® Smart Filters are installed for easy access and maintenance and allow Paul Marshall a monitoring aid as well as stopping any Hydrocarbons from leaving the site.
Paul commented that with the benefits of the Naylor Smart Sponge® Technologies this has allowed the company to enhance its sites with smaller compact systems capable of achieving 95% Hydrocarbon Absorption as an average and allowing a user friendly solution to what is normally an industrial problem and will continue to use this system.
Barry Marshall from Naylor Environmental was helpful and knowledgeable when it came to installing the Smart Sponge and Enviroflow system to make sure it did exactly what we required of the system.
Naylor Smart Sponge® aids environmental protection as station reopens

Snodland Railway Station now on the Southeastern rail network in Kent, UK operated a full service from June 1856 and continued until it stopped selling train tickets in 1986. The station building has since been used as a takeaway outlet and taxi office the nearby signal box is now a listed building.
In 2007 a PERTIS (Permit to Travel) ticket machine was installed at the station, just outside the entrance to the northbound platform. More recently, Southeastern undertook a £1.1 million refurbishment of Snodland station, which is also a listed building, to create a 'transport interchange' and extended car park which will see the ticket office reopen for the first time since 1986. Since the introduction of high speed services from Maidstone to London via Snodland five years ago, passenger numbers have increased by around 30%.
Outside the station Southeastern is creating better access for buses, cyclists and
pedestrians and extending the car park. CCTV system and security lighting will also improve passenger safety. Information screens giving real-time details on train services, seating, step-free access to the ticket office and a toilet will also improve the passenger experience. David Statham, Managing Director at Southeastern, said: “Since the introduction of high speed services the number of passengers using Snodland station has grown significantly. We wanted to give them a better station, with better access and facilities, to make their journeys easier.” Work was completed by August 2016 having been jointly funded by the Department for Transport (DfT) with £600,000 from its National Station Improvement Programme (NSIP), Kent County Council with £485,000 from its Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) and the Railway Heritage Trust (£32,000). Other partners include Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council, Kent Community Rail Partnership and Network Rail, with which Southeastern is working to improve facilities at stations on the network.
Environmental Protection
Given the expected increase in traffic and the potential contaminated run-off this might
create, Naylor Environmental's Smart Sponge® Smart Gully Adaptors were installed in the
road gullies to protect the roadside soakaway from harmful hydrocarbon pollution from the
car park, so preventing it entering the existing green space surrounding the station as part of the Water Framework Directive.
Naylor Smart Sponge® absorbs any hydrocarbons that would normally pass directly into the soakaway and solidifies the liquid hydrocarbons into a safe manageable recyclable
solid waste, whilst allowing stormwater to pass directly into the soakaway as a clean
natural resource.
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The Naylor Environmental Smart Gully range utilises the unique properties of Naylor's
Smart Sponge® to filter out hydrocarbons at street level before discharge into the sewers
or the surrounding environment via soakaways. Available as a Smart Gully Adapter (SGA) the units have been designed for both concrete and plastic street gullies and attach within the rodding eye thus not interfering with flow or maintenance procedures. The SGA's can be supplied as a retrofit unit.
Chris Lamb, Project Manager with WSS Construction Consultants said: “We needed to
protect the existing fauna and flora surrounding the station and the Naylor Smart Sponge® Technology is the perfect solution for achieving the Water Framework Directive with a very simple installation in the road gullies therefore utilising the new infrastructure as part of the treatment requirements and negating the need of installing and maintaining oil separator tanks.”
Well Known Fast Food Chain Installs Smart Sponge Technologies

The Naylor Smart Sponge® Smart Filter Chamber Unit is the product of choice for the fast food giant with the smaller Smart Sponge® Smart Filter and Smart Brakes also being used on sites with difficult drainage options.
The unique capabilities of the Smart Filter Chamber Unit filters silts and detritus down to 28 microns through the Enviroflow technology where the liquor is then channelled into the Smart Sponge® technology which Absorbs any Hydrocarbons and captures dissolved phase Heavy Metals from catalytic convertors and brake discs, clean water is then dischargeable directly back into the network.
The system requires only flow and is installed as part of the drainage network on site therefore no additional design is required.
If you would like to learn more about how this technology can enhance your future projects please call 01226 790591 or email
Edward Naylor Wins National Award

A local businessman has been named a British manufacturing champion after scooping a prestigious national business award at the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards held in London last week.

Edward Naylor, CEO at Barnsley-based manufacturer Naylor Industries, took gold in the Leadership Award, sponsored by Liberty House Group, which celebrates the achievements of outstanding manufacturing leaders and the significant contribution they make to their business and to UK manufacturing.

Edward, who has worked in manufacturing since 1993, was selected by a panel of judges drawn from business leaders, industry experts and academics. He was up against tough competition from other outstanding leaders from a range of dynamic businesses, small and large, from across the UK.

Judges were impressed with the way Edward restructured the family business to look to the future by leading from the front.

Naylor Industries is a manufacturer of construction materials- primarily clay and plastic pipes.

Edward Naylor, CEO at Naylor Industries, says: “I am truly honoured to have been recognised in this way by my peers. However, this award is as much one for the fantastic team that I work with at Naylor Industries. It’s as much about their efforts as it is about my own and it feels like a huge endorsement of what we have built together.”

Douglas Dawson, CEO of Liberty Industries Group, says: “Strong, dynamic and inspiring leadership is at the heart of every successful business. Edward embodies this – he has steered his company to great achievement and demonstrates the skills that enable companies like his to be the driving force of manufacturing and the wider economy. This award is very justly deserved.”

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HRH the Duke of Kent has formally opened a new factory extension for Naylor Industries.

The £5m investment will allow the construction products company to make larger diameter pipes to carry big volumes of surface water, helping protect Britain against flooding from extreme weather.

The family-owned company has installed a high-tech production line to manufacture large diameter plastic drainage pipes for its customers in the infrastructure, agriculture and utilities markets.

The previous major development took place in 2008, when the company completed a £4m investment in Cawthorne production facilities to manufacture 600mm diameter pipe, helping the company to accelerate out of the last recession.

The new project will manufacture double-walled pipes which are larger still - 750mm, 900mm and 1050mm diameter.

The Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership provided a £615,000 grant to support the project.

While the main plant was purchased from its German machinery supplier, around a dozen local suppliers were engaged in the factory extension project and enabling works.

The project creates 20 new jobs on the Cawthorne site, including a number of highly skilled engineering roles and a team of Naylor employees was sent to Germany for training with the new equipment.
Founded in 1890, Naylor originally manufactured clay brick and pipes but expanded into plastic in 2000.

Edward Naylor took over as chief executive in 1993 when Naylor was loss-making and had sales of £12m.

Naylor’s turnover broke through the £50m barrier for the first time this year. Naylor today employs 400 people at six sites across the UK.

It also has a successful consumer business, Yorkshire Flowerpots, which are guaranteed frost-proof.

Every year, the Naylor group manufactures enough pipe to stretch around the world, twice.

The new investment dramatically increases the capacity of the company’s Cawthorne site, which already manufactures up to 50 miles of pipe per day.

Naylor - which holds the prestigious Gold Investor in People Standard - invests heavily in its people, hiring a dozen apprentices a year to train the next generation of engineers, technicians and craftspeople.

It runs two-week summer camps for local school children to learn about career opportunities in British manufacturing, including engineering, technical and craft roles.

The Duke of Kent, who is the Queen’s cousin, toured the factory with Edward Naylor and met with staff members and apprentices.

Mr Naylor said: “Queen Victoria was on the throne when my great-grandfather founded Naylor Industries.

“It was an honour to show the Duke of Kent around our facilities.”

Mr Naylor said British manufacturing has a bright future: the company trades internationally and has exported pipes onto every continent and into 65 overseas markets.

He added: “If you use the best available technology and you are efficient in your raw material sourcing and pro

The quality control procedures of Yorkshire based Naylor Drainage Ltd are well-established and much of the company's certification is covered by a kitemark awarded by the British Standards Institute (BSI).
Every 10 years, the BSI grants companies a long tenure award on the anniversary of their first being granted a kitemark. At a ceremony which took place during the recent Ecobuild exhibition at London's Excel, Naylor were presented with 10 year awards for two plastic certifications including BS4962 for Plastic field drainage and 20 year awards for their ISO9001 Quality Management System and their Band Seal and EN295 Vitrified Clay Pipe certifications.
The certificates were collected by Graham Martin-Loat on behalf of Naylor Drainage Ltd

John Lockwood, an employee of Barnsley based Naylor Drainage retired at Christmas after clocking up a remarkable 60 years' service.

Lockwood was born in 1941- just 9 days before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. He joined Naylor in December 1956, aged 15, working at Naylor's former fittings plant at Denby Dale before moving to the Cawthorne works when the two sites were amalgamated in 1993. He has held a variety of roles right across Naylor's Clay Drainage business, latterly working in mould manufacture and in quality control.

To celebrate his retirement, the Naylor Board held a reception at Cawthorne at which three generations of his family were present including his wife Margaret; he was presented with a special medal to recognise his 60 years' service. Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor commented "I feel truly humbled by John's amazing achievement- he has been working for Naylor for 6 years longer than I have been alive! He has been a model employee and we are immensely grateful for his hard work over 6 decades".
Naylor Directors in London’s Lord Mayor's Show

As a supplier to the builders’ merchant industry, Barnsley based clay and plastic pipe manufacturer Naylor Drainage has close links with City Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Builders’ Merchants. This year’s Lord Mayor’s show was held on Saturday 12 November, and included a float from the Livery Company which was sponsored by Naylor.

The Show celebrates the inauguration of a new Lord Mayor and is one of the best-known and longest established annual events in London, dating back to the 16th century. Some 150 floats took part in the two mile procession through the City, with crowds of people lining the City's streets and cheering the long fleet of vehicles, marching bands, spectacular floats, carriages and much more; the whole event was captured live on the BBC

The Livery Company's float had the theme of ‘Builders’ Merchants: Supplying Britain’s Building Needs’ – demonstrating the importance of builders’ merchanting to the UK economy as well as highlighting the many career opportunities for young people. As a result of the company's sponsorship, Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor and COO Bridie Warner-Adsetts walked the route of the parade alongside the Livery Company's float- sporting colourful outfits which featured the company's products.

Naylor CEO Edward Naylor commented "the Show is a fabulous event. Unfortunately, the weather was terrible and we got drenched but that didn't stop thousands and thousands of people from cheering us on- and our suits got plenty of compliments too...!""
Bellway Homes Oxlease Project in with Mackoy Groundworks and Civil Engineering Ltd

Bellway Homes wanted to build new houses on a plot of land at Oxlease Farm in Romsey which bordered a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) canal and needed stringent measures to meet the Environment Agencies requirements even before site works commenced.
Harry Long, Engineering Manager for Bellway Homes Wessex region sourced the Naylor Environmental Smart Sponge® Technology and instantly realised that a simple standard solution was available which would treat all the site runoff through both the Smart Sponge® and Enviroflow® Technologies.
Mike Mayock MD of Mackoy Ltd said “During the initial set up stage we investigated several options however none complied and this led to onsite meetings with Naylor Environmental who
offered us solutions with various aspects of products for the site. The Naylor Aquavoid®
attenuation system and the Naylor Enviroflow Technology for filtering contaminated sediment
were immediately sourced as perfect solutions engineered to enhance the Smart Sponge® Filter
Chamber unit and agreed with Harry Long”
The Smart Filter Chamber units were positioned to capture all of the water runoff from the site
passing through the Enviroflow® to filter out the majority of the fines and then through the Smart
Filter Chamber which houses the Smart Sponge® Technology, this absorbs any hydrocarbons in the water and solidifies it into a safe manageable recyclable solid waste, whilst allowing stormwater to pass directly into the canal as a clean natural resource.
As a further pollution prevention measure Bellway Homes is installing Smart Sponge® Gully Adaptors into every road gully at the end of the contract to further protect the canal and drainage from pollution therefore committing to the Water Framework Directive and achieving three layers of treatment.
Naylor Environmental also provided their Aquavoid®-Traffic crate system for the attenuation storage requirement which enables a protected silt and inspection tunnel to be created through the structure to capture and retain the silt within the route allowing simple inspection and maintenance.
This is the first of many Bellway Homes projects that will have the Smart Sponge® and Enviroflow® Technologies installed at pre-construction phase to protect the local surrounding habitat therefore encouraging biodiversity before and during construction. This is a major consideration for Bellway Homes in their strategy of reducing the disruption to local species and wild meadows and is a first of its kind in consideration for fauna and flora.
Rick Fall Project Manager for Mackoy said “When Bellway explained the problem we were not sure if the project would go ahead but the Smart Sponge® and Enviroflow® Technologies are such an easy treatment solution it was a no brainer for us to commit to the products and we will be using these technologies on all of our future projects that require this level of prevention”.
Harry Long for Bellway Homes said “The headache for the project was the S
Naylor Plastic Appoints Sales Director

The Plastic Pipe division of Yorkshire based Naylor Drainage has appointed Mark Rowden as Sales Director.

Mark has considerable industry experience having worked for manufacturers of Plastic Pipe and duct box systems for some 25 years.

Naylor Divisional MD Rob Hughes commented "our plastic ducting and drainage businesses have grown considerably over recent years. We will be launching larger diameter drainage- up to 1050mm- in the new year and Mark's expertise will have an important role to play in this and our other expansion plans"

A Sealwall Tank manufactured by Whites Concrete has become part of Rampton Hospital’s new Energy Centre in Nottinghamshire, U.K., which is operated and maintained under a Carbon Energy Fund framework contract.
Part of the new Energy Centre that provides heating, hot water and electricity to the Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Hospital, Whites Concrete’s pre-cast concrete Sealwall Tank is a component of Rampton’s new effluent treatment plant—now a modern, automated system that meets both current environmental standards and future expansion of the site.
Designed to ensure a watertight and robust connection between adjacent panels, the Sealwall is cast in segments with a jointing system. Units undergo quality control during manufacture and also reduce build-time by up to 50%.
The hospital’s existing coal-fired boilers at have been replaced with a 1 MW biomass boiler, a 1.2 MW combined heat and power (CHP) engine and three high-efficiency dual-fuel boilers running predominantly on gas. A new building management system also has been installed.
Under its framework contract, guaranteed specified carbon and energy savings are set to deliver projected financial savings of around £112,000 pa for the Trust. The new plant meets all of the hospital’s heating and hot water requirements and approximately 87% of the total electricity demand, reducing CO2 emissions by around 8,000 tonnes pa.
Naylor SHEE Day

Every two years, construction materials manufacturer Naylor Industries holds a Safety, Health, Energy and Environment (SHEE) Day, with training sessions on topics as diverse as manual handling and fire prevention and aimed at spreading best practice across the Naylor group.

The 2016 SHEE Day was held at Naylor’s new site at Wombwell, with enthusiastic participation from all attendees including representatives from each of Naylor’s 6 manufacturing sites.

To coincide with the SHEE day introduced here, a group of Naylor's most creative penned - and had a load of fun- recording a musical accompaniment, which you can now see here on You-tube.
Naylor support London’s Lord Mayor Show float

As a supplier to the builders’ merchant industry, clay and plastic pipe maker Naylor Drainage has close links with City Livery Company, the Worshipful Company of Builders’ Merchants. The Livery Company last included a float in London’s Lord Mayor’s show in 2013; this was supported by Naylor and featured Builders’ Merchanting through the ages, starting with a hand-cart and ending with a flat-bed lorry. It grabbed the attention of BBC broadcasters and featured prominently on TV.

This year’s Lord Mayor’s show will be held on Saturday 12 November, and once again the Livery Company is organising a float. This year, the theme is ‘Builders’ Merchants: Supplying Britain’s Building Needs’ – demonstrating the importance of builders’ merchanting to the UK economy. The float will also highlight the many career opportunities for young people. CEO Edward Naylor and COO Bridie Warner-Adsetts will be Naylor’s representatives on the float.

The Show is one of the best-known annual events in London as well as one of the longest-established, dating back to the 16th century. Over 150 floats take part each year in a two mile procession through the City to celebrate the inauguration of a new Lord Mayor.

Crowds of people line the City's streets to celebrate the occasion and cheer the long fleet of vehicles, marching bands, spectacular floats, carriages and much more. The Show represents charities, community groups, business and Livery companies as well as Her Majesty’s Forces and the City Police. The whole event is captured live on the BBC.

Naylor Industries plc, a Barnsley based manufacturer of construction products, this week pledged its commitment to a new venture to help Barnsley's youth become better learners and better workers of the future.

The "Made In" Ambassador programme is the brainchild of The Company of Cutlers Education Programme and began its life in Sheffield, successfully developing over 400 children to become Ambassadors for the city. Young people are selected by interview to take a coveted place and over a two to three year period, receive mentoring, work skills, careers advice and work experience opportunities. Successful Ambassadors receive an accolade that is recognised by future employers - singling them out as having great potential and readiness for the world of work.

On the back of this success, the programme is being expanded to include Made in Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham.

Bridie Warner-Adsetts, Naylor's Chief Operating Officer said "At last a programme dedicated to Barnsley's young people. It is a tough work schedule for those who take part and there's no escaping the hard work. They have been chosen for their potential not their background or their expected grades. We can't wait to be part of this opportunity to develop the talent of the future and who knows what these young people could go on to deliver to the world. We may have the next Nobel Prize winner right here in Barnsley!".

Around 50 Year 9 students across 5 schools in Barnsley are taking part in this first round. Naylor Industries plc, Henry Boot Construction, Pressure Technologies plc, Barnsley Health Care Federation and the Work-Wise Foundation are already signed up to help the Company of Cutlers deliver high quality work experience and support over the next two years or so in the fields of manufacturing, engineering and health care. These fields of work were chosen to reflect the growing career opportunities in our community. The participants will get a taster of all these work environments to enable them to make informed decisions about potential future careers and to dismiss any preconceived ideas they may have about the variety of opportunities available.
Official Opening of New Naylor Head Office

Construction material manufacturer Naylor have moved to a new head office at Wombwell?, near Barnsley.

The building was formerly a distribution warehouse for electronic retailer Maplin which was modernised and modified during an extensive 18 month refurbishment programme.

The opening ceremony was held on Thursday 22 September, with the Mayor of Barnsley, Councillor L?inda Burgess cutting the ribbon.
Naylor Strike Gold

Naylor have been accredited with Investor in People since 1998 and recent years have seen us reach the higher levels of certification : we obtained Bronze status in 2013 and Silver in 2014. Our 2016 assessment has just taken place and we are thrilled to have become one of the very few businesses to have attained Gold standard.

Well done to Helens Waller and Jowitt in managing the IIP accreditation process and to all members of Team Naylor for their part in this fantastic achievement.

The standard defines what it takes to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results. IIP is an internationally recognized accreditation; 11500 companies are accredited across the World however, only 1700 companies hold the Gold standard………………..make that 1701.
Naylor Golf Day Raises Charity Funds

Barnsley based pipe and concrete product manufacturer Naylor held a successful golf day which raised £2700 for construction industry charity, The Lighthouse Club, which supports construction employees encountering difficult times. The event, which was held at Wortley Golf Club near Sheffield, was supported by a number of Naylor’s key suppliers.

The Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire, Andrew Coombe, represents Her Majesty the Queen in South Yorkshire and, on Her behalf, takes an interest in the business, industrial and social life of his county."

On 24 June, the Lord-Lieutenant visited the Cawthorne manufacturing facilities of Naylor Drainage, and was able to see at first hand Naylor's extensive Clay and Plastic pipe manufacturing facilities and meet many of Naylor's 380 employees.

Naylor's Yorkshire Flowerpot Company is the UK's largest manufacturer of terracotta garden pots, and the Lord-Lieutenant was presented with two specially engraved pots as a memento of his visit.
Naylor Acquire Whites Concrete

With effect from Monday 2 May 2016, Barnsley based Naylor Concrete Products Ltd has acquired the Whites Concrete business of flooring manufacturer Longley Concrete Ltd.
Naylor Concrete Products Ltd manufactures a wide range of pre-stressed concrete lintels and other precast products, including the widely specified Hi-Spec lintel range. The company had an eventful 2015, celebrating its 50th anniversary as well as moving premises from Ossett to a substantial 9-acre freehold site at Barugh Green, Barnsley.
Whites Concrete is a £2m turnover manufacturer of pre-stressed & pre-cast concrete panels, retaining walls and tanks. The business is currently based on the Longley site in Dewsbury. As part of the transaction, Naylor will move the business to its Barugh Green site, freeing up space at Dewsbury for Longley’s planned expansion of its flooring business. The Whites Concrete commercial team will be relocating to Barugh Green and joining Naylor. Longley Director Michael Wright will be assisting Naylor with the transition on a consultancy basis.
Helen MacIntosh, Managing Director of Naylor Concrete Products commented “the acquisition of Whites extends our offering and we are looking forward to working with the Whites team to develop sales of this exciting range.”
Naylor Salvage Stranded Tykes

The employees of Barnsley based Naylor Industries were unsurprisingly excited to find their local football team Barnsley FC playing at Wembley twice in two months, and both times, the company laid on free travel and pre-match refreshment at a hotel near the stadium.

Due to the high demand for coaches in the Barnsley area, the Naylor coach for the Play-Off Final was a size bigger than the company had tried to book.

Just as well really, as in stopping at Leicester Forest services, the Naylor group bumped into a group of 35 marooned Barnsley fans whose coach had broken down.

Naylor Marketing Manager Liz Hudston managed to squeeze all 35 on and all arrived comfortably in time for kick-off.

A major development project at Newcastle Racecourse recently completed after 6 months' work by Cumbria based contractor Stobart Rail.

The project started in September 2015 and constituted an £11m upgrade including installation of an all-weather Tapeta surface. The project followed a lengthy consultation period and subsequent approval by the British Horseracing Authority. The racecourse owners, Arena Racing Company anticipate considerable benefit from the scheme, which will allow future meetings to go ahead which might otherwise have been cancelled due to wet weather.

Around 30,000 metres of pipe were supplied – primarily Naylor Metrodrain Twin Wall Drainage in sizes up to 600mm.
Dan's Quartet of Qualifications

Dan Wain, Group Health and Safety Advisor of £5m building products manufacturer Naylor Industries plc has just attained the extraordinary achievement of four health and safety qualifications in quick succession.

In addition to obtaining the prestigious NEBOSH certification, Dan obtained additional qualifications in the areas of Management of Health and Safety, Control of Workplace Hazards and Health and Safety practical application. The certificates were presented to Dan by Naylor’s Board of Directors on 20 April.

Naylor Chief Executive Edward Naylor commented “Dan has worked amazingly hard and should be rightly be very proud of his achievements”.
White Concrete supply pre-cast concrete chamber for 11 tonne Archimedean screw turbine

Whites Concrete has supplied a pre-cast concrete chamber for an 11-tonne Archimedean screw turbine installed on the banks of the River Esk in Whitby, North Yorkshire by national engineering and construction company JN Bentley.
The Whites Concrete chamber has been constructed using robust Groundwall L-shaped units, to house the 2.9m diameter screw turbine. The latter will operate with up to 4 cumec with a rated capacity of 51.6KW as it generates electricity for Esk Energy (Yorkshire), an industrial provident society set up and managed by local residents. Esk Energy secured funding towards the cost of the project through a community share issue along with the necessary planning and license permissions.
As principal contractor, JN Bentley was responsible for the design of the scheme, which has also included the refurbishment of the existing Environment Agency fish pass and its conversion to a Larinier-type fish pass to help increase the River Esk’s salmon and sea trout stocks.
The River Esk can send up to 4 tonnes of water down the Archimedean screw every second – forcing it to rotate whilst a generator extracts the energy made by the turning of the screw, converting it into electricity.

Naylor Industries are delighted to report that they are down to the last 10 companies for “Growth Strategy” – one of 11 categories in the European Business Awards – and as such have been awarded the Prestigious Ruban d’Honneur.

The European Business Awards – now in their ninth year – were created to celebrate and promote business success throughout Europe; 2015/16’s awards have covered 32,000 companies from 33 countries.

Edward Naylor, Naylor Industries Chief Executive Officer and Bridie Warner-Adsetts, Naylor Industries Chief Operating Officer will now undertake a face-to-face interview with the judges in the hope that the company will be named as overall European category winner at the Gala Ceremony which will be held in Milan in June.
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