Pilkington K'Mac Sold to Camden Group Ltd

Pilkington Group Limited has announced the sale of K McAnallen Ltd, trading as Pilkington K'Mac, to Camden Group Ltd.

The business and assets of Pilkington K'Mac of Benburb transferred over on January 24, 2007.

The Contracts of Employment with K McAnallen Ltd will remain in place for the 95 people currently employed at K'Mac.

David Stoker, commercial director at Pilkington Building Products UK & Ireland, said: “Pilkington K'Mac has been a very successful business within Pilkington Building Products UK and it is testament to this that Camden Group considered Pilkington K'Mac to be an attractive acquisition. Both Pilkington and Camden Group believe this is to be a significant and exciting opportunity for the new business and that its integration will be beneficial to the employees and customers of Pilkington K'Mac.”

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