Media: Irish street furniture firm sets sights on UK market
Harry and Anita Harte of Hartecast Street Furniture: ‘The plan for us now is to increase sales in Britain in the months ahead.’
A Wexford company which has supplied public street furniture to local authorities throughout Cork and neighbouring counties has set its sights on growing its UK market despite Brexit challenges.
Hartecast Street Furniture, which supplies public seating, litter bins, planters, bollards, bike stands, and other street furniture, has completed projects in Cork Airport, Cork Institute of Technology, Apple Cork, University College Cork, Bishopstown Park, University of Limerick, and the region’s train stations.
“Cork and the Munster area generally has been a very important market for us over the years,” said managing director Harry Harte.
“The local authorities and other agencies, especially in Cork, have been very receptive to our designs and are always keen to look at new ways of improving areas for residents and customers.”
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