Our new Global Partner, Menashe-Baruch & Co Ltd were very proud to present our ESF Stellar Solar Bench, Street Tidy Bin & Street Buddy Bins at the Construct & Design Exhibition on the 5th & 6th of February, at Tel Aviv in Israel. We are very excited to launch our Stellar Bench into this new market and we look forward to future successes with our new partner
**PRESS RELEASE** County Antrim street furniture company, Environmental Street Furniture (ESF) has announced the acquisition of County Down based specialist perimeter security company, Sentry Posts, for an undisclosed sum. ESF, an award-winning company based in Newtownabbey, is a designer and supplier of street, themed and solar powered products and currently exports to 22 countries globally. This expansion into the perimeter security products market will enhance the company’s already prolific portfolio to customers in Ireland and across the globe.
As we enter the New Year, we do so with renewed motivation, wishing for success in all that we do. For the team at ESF, this is no exception, however it would be wrong of me not to reflect on our fantastic journey through 2018 first.
Most of us are living in an ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) generation, where devices on closed private internet connections communicate with others, creating a world that is so much more connected than ever before. In fact, in the UK alone in 2018, 90% of adults were recent internet users, up 1% from 89% in 2017 (ONS, 2018). The digital phenomenon is becoming more prevalent for all of us, especially the younger generation, but how is this going to impact us going forward? Are we going to see a further increase in digital activity or is the phenomena going to stabilise, possibly decrease?
ESF Managing Director, Alan Lowry recently sat down with Baroness Fairhead for Small Business Saturday along with the FSB. Throughout the interview Alan discussed the many benefits of exporting and the organisations that have helped ESF with their exporting journey.
The Oxford dictionary defines a Bin as, (n), a receptacle in which to deposit rubbish (or trash). It’s also something the vast majority of us come across every day of our lives – especially for our team at ESF! A bin is a bin though, it collects rubbish, it’s emptied and we go about our daily business, yes? Not quite.
As thousands of school children throughout the UK opened their GCSE and A-Level exam results this month, some were celebrating whilst for others, it may have felt like the end of the world by not achieving their desired grades. Receiving exam results can be a stressful time for any individual and their family but it got me thinking, is it really worth the stress?
“When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” A famous saying purporting the idea that when you are in an unfamiliar situation, you should follow the lead of those who know the ropes.
NEWTOWNABBEY based Environmental Street Furniture (ESF) has announced the opening of their first office in the United States of America. Simultaneously, the company’s Stellar Solar Smart Bench was launched in New York City by Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, as part of the Smart Cities campaign.
All it takes is one person to come up with an idea to turn it into something great, but what happens when there’s a team of people working together?
Environmental Street Furniture is no stranger to industry success but the supplier and designer of street, themed and solar powered products has taken the local and national stages by storm in recent weeks by winning not one, but two prestigious industry awards. Excellence in Exporting.
wards season is in full swing here at ESF and we are delighted to be shortlisted for not one, but FIVE prestigious industry awards taking place in the next two weeks.
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