The Irish Farmer’s Association is delighted to once again partner with Euronit, for this year’s National Ploughing Championships which will take place in Ratheniska, Co. Laois in September.
Euronit, formerly known as Tegral, has been at the heart of agriculture and farms across Ireland since 1936. An exciting time for the company, they look forward to presenting their new look and having the opportunity to connect again with farmers, fabricators and co-ops from across Ireland again.
Tegral as a company has been part of the global building materials group Etex since 1988 and has moved towards a change which saw it launch four new commercial brands, each dedicated and committed to a key sector. In the case of its agricultural products and services, that brand is Euronit.
At the launch, James Kelly, IFA Director of Organisation said “We are proud to partner with Euronit (formerly Tegral). It is a partnership that has been renewed for over 15 years. We are delighted to team up once again to develop an impressive stand where we can welcome our members. This is an important partnership for IFA as Euronit continues to deliver high quality products”.
After almost 90 years in Ireland, the company has gained a lot of experience and understanding of what farmers need to run a sustainable, productive and profitable farm. Being the sole manufacturer of both metal and fibre cement sheeting, Euronit guarantees that it can supply you with what best fits your needs, growing with farmers towards a sustainable future.
David McMurtry, Sales Manager of Euronit, Etex Ireland, said “We’re delighted to finally get back out to support the National Ploughing Championships again and especially to partner with the IFA. We feel the IFA stand is a central point to the event and an organisation that aligns with our values, dedicated to serving the agricultural community. While the name Tegral will live on for some, Euronit is building for future generations of Irish farmers. We are still manufacturing in Athy, Co. Kildare, and proud Guaranteed Irish members and look forward to another successful National Ploughing Championships.”