Firm showcases work to Mayor

A thriving Ballymena business has welcomed Mid & East Antrim’s First Citizen to their site to showcase their work.

Monday, 24th May 2021, 9:55 am
Updated Monday, 24th May 2021, 11:02 am

Mayor Peter Johnston recently visited Apeer Doors and Lumi Windows to get a better understanding of what they do and how the Council can continue to support their growth and development.

He said: “It was a pleasure to meet recently with the senior management team of Apeer Doors and Lumi Windows including Managing Director, Asa McGillian, Production Director, Chris Wilson and Group Sales Director, Alex Moore. Discussions centred on the company’s growth over the last five years and how despite COVID-19 they have managed to keep the company in a strong growth position by targeting specific elements of the market and focusing on quality.”

Apeer Doors and Lumi Windows are currently working on a number of bespoke projects with the company forecasting further plans for growth. The new extension to their site will also assist with the workflow and efficiency of the factory.

Pictured L-R is Asa McGillian (Managing Director), Cllr Peter Johnston (Mayor, Mid and East Antrim Borough Council) and Austin McGillian (Founder & Company Director)

Managing Director, Asa McGillian said: “We are proud members of the Manufacturing Task Force and look forward to continuing to work closely with the council as they support our growth and development. It is great to know that we can reach out to our council officer at any time for assistance.”