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FIRST EVER AYRSHIRE MEETING OF MEMBERS IS A RESOUNDING SUCCESS


Around 60 people attended the SPOA Committee Meeting in Ayrshire on Tuesday 11th May 2019, which included a tour of member’s WH Malcolm’s impressive waste material wash plant facility in Irvine. This setup was of great interest to many of the visiting members; comments on its efficiency, low noise and compact size were aplenty.

Following the site visit, members received a talk from Croner, specialists in employment law, HR and health and safety services. SPOA members enjoy unlimited access to Croner’s Business Support Helpline which delivers advice on a wide range of commercial legal matters including Tax, VAT, PAYE, NIC and payroll. Croner’s services support SPOA’s members to build a profitable business and deliver the highest standards of service through best practice and compliance.

The night concluded with a talk from CDE Global, a third party based in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, that advise on the WH Malcolm site. For over 25 years, CDE has designed, manufactured and commissioned more wet processing plants than any other company in the world.

You can view the calendar of committee meetings and events here.


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