Whitewater added a new chapter to its almost 90-year history as it officially opened in September 2018 its new office space and warehouse in Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Whitewater is now a fourth generation Irish family business. The company is recognised as one of the leading suppliers of water purification plants in Ireland & the U.K. designing, installing & servicing quality purified water treatment equipment for the medical, municipal, pharma and general industry sectors.
Minister for Health, Simon Harris, joined the Whitewater team to officially open the new premises. Alongside CEO Mark Keating, Managing Director Liz Nangle and Tim Quinn, Executive Director, he cut the ribbon on the new facility.
‘It is fantastic to see a business like this growing and developing in Bray,’ said Minister Harris. ‘I wanted to be here today to show my support and appreciation, as companies such as Whitewater are key players in creating jobs in our local economy.
‘I congratulate Mark and Liz, the management team and staff, on their achievements to date. I will track with interest the progress of this project over the next 12 months and the company’s continued growth and development’.
‘I would also like to take this opportunity to wish a special good luck to the Whitewater team who, along with 60 other motorcyclists from all over Ireland, will depart Dublin next Friday for Chicago for a 2,444 mile journey on Route 66 in aid of Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, having raised almost €40,000 for this worthy cause.’