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Raptor Building

Raptor new facility at planning stage

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Raptor’s new facility is currently at the planning stage. The new 2500 m2 facility will include new offices( Sales, Design, Accounts) workshops (Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Aluminium Segregated fabrication) Precision Engineering shop, stores etc.

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Raptor recently renew ISO 9001:2015 management System Certification

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Raptor has recently renewed their ISO 9001:2015 management System.

ISO 9001 is the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS).

ISO 9001:2015 is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology and provides a process-oriented approach to documenting and reviewing the structure, responsibilities, and procedures required to achieve effective quality management in an organization. Specific sections of the standard contain information on topics such as:

  • Requirements for a quality management system, including documented information, planning and determining process interactions
  • Responsibilities of management
  • Management of resources, including human resources and an organization’s work environment
  • Product realization, including the steps from design to delivery
  • Measurement, analysis, and improvement of the QMS through activities like internal audits and corrective and preventive action
IDA Ireland

Raptor acquire IDA lands

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Raptor has recently purchased lands from the IDA. The site is located at the Cavan Business and Technology Park with Direct access to the N3, National Primary Route that connects Cavan town to Dublin.

Raptor will headquarter operations from this location with plans to break ground in 2018.

Cavan Business Technology Park

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Raptor pass CE Marking EN1090 Surveillance audit with flying colours

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Raptor has recently passed their CE Marking EN1090 Surveillance Audit.

CE marking to BS EN 1090 is now a legal requirement.

Since July 2014, structural steelwork and aluminium fall under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), which means aluminium or structural steel CE marking must be secured to show compliance with EN 1090-1 (the harmonised European standard that applies to structural metalwork).

This covers any structural component that has been designed and fabricated to meet the BS EN 1991 series of standards (Eurocode 3 and 9) for steel and aluminium structures in buildings. And you now need to show that they comply with BS EN 1090-1.