Moore Concrete – CE Compliant

Moore Concrete's Raymond Abram and Keri McGivern attaching a CE certification sticker onto a gang of Surefoot slats

Moore Concrete's Raymond Abram and Keri McGivern attaching a CE certification sticker onto a gang of Surefoot slats

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Moore Concrete has confirmed that they have been credited with CE certification.

This confirms their compliance with all relevant EU legislation, thereby enabling their free movement within the European market.

By affixing the CE marking on the relevant products, a manufacturer is declaring, at its sole responsibility, conformity with all of the legal requirements laid down within the EU.

“CE marking signifies that a product conforms with all EU directives or EU regulations that apply to it,” confirmed Moore Concrete’s Keri McGivern.

“This also provides our customers with further verification to the effect that the products they are buying from us meet the quality standards as laid down within national and EU regulations. In fact, in our own case, the products recently certified exceed the quality standards cited courtesy of the CE regulations.”

Keri went on to relate the growing demand for the Moore Concrete range at farm level: specifically wall panels, slats, cubicle bases, bunker walls and cubicle end walls.

The company is also confirming a strong growth in demand for its Surefoot™ branded slat range.

Launched a number of months ago, the slats are the first to be registered in the UK and Ireland. They are proving exceptionally popular with dairy and other livestock farmers.

Significantly, the new system has been independently trialled with the results confirming the ability of the slats to offer a significantly enhanced slip resistant surface for livestock.

“Local farmers continue to invest in the infrastructure of their businesses. We envisage this trend continuing, particularly with the introduction of the Farm Business Improvement Scheme over the coming months,” Keri added.

“It is worth pointing out that only concrete products with a CE mark will be deemed eligible for this scheme, or any other publicly funded grant measure for that matter.”