CCTV company opens new facility in Mallusk

Transport security firm Synectics Mobile Systems has got onboard with Mallusk Enterprise Park to launch its new Northern Ireland facility.

Friday, 15th May 2015, 6:51 am
Pictured (l-r) at the new premises in Mallusk are Synectics Mobile Systems Alister McKeever (engineer), Andrew Allan (engineer), Jeff Fail (managing director), Louise Donaldson (operations director) and Gary Shields (sales and service manager, Ireland). INNT 20-507CON

Synectics, based in England, is a leading provider of CCTV systems and has worked with the bus and coach industry in Ireland for more than two decades. It began supplying and fitting systems in the Wrightbus and ADL factories in the early 1990s and has worked with Dublin Bus and Bus Eireann for the past 10 years.

Following a series of new contract wins, it has invested in new premises in Mallusk to serve its growing customer base in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The company has also extended its team of expert engineers.

The new 750 sq/ft facility includes an office and workshop with in-house technical capabilities, plus room for future growth.

Managing Director of Synectics Mobile Systems, Jeff Fail commented: “We are pleased to have been able to secure these new premises in Mallusk Enterprise Park and to support their excellent work investing in the local community in the Newtownabbey area. Mallusk Enterprise Park assists new and expanding businesses and reinvests all profits into business support services. We’re conscious of our role in the community and proud to play our part in supporting such a worthwhile venture.”

CEO at Mallusk Enterprise Park, Melanie Humphrey added: “This is yet another tremendous boost for our local economy and as a social enterprise, we will be assisting Synectics with their growth plans over the coming months with a wide range of business support services.”