Specsavers, Coleraine, helping local firm ‘see’ business more clearly

January 2013

SPECSAVERS Corporate Eyecare has won a significant contract with McAuley Engineering to provide them with an eyecare package.

The Specsavers store in Coleraine will be providing prescription safety glasses for employees at the Ballymoney plant.

Established in 1997, McAuley Engineering operates from a modern 74,000 sq ft facility. It is through continual investment in the latest machinery and processes that the company has grown substantially, and now employs 96 engineers and operators. McAuley Engineering has an extensive record in servicing customers in both the UK and Ireland, and manufactures precision components for the transport, oil and gas, aerospace and power generation sectors.

Store director, Judith Ball comments: ‘We are just delighted to be working with McAuley Engineering, and being awarded this contract with such a well established home-grown business is a fantastic opportunity for the Coleraine Specsavers store. We are looking forward to building a sound working relationship with McAuley Engineering in the future.’

Sarah Craig from McAuley Engineering also adds: ‘McAuley Engineering has been extremely impressed with the approach and helpfulness provided by Specsavers, in looking after our corporate eyecare needs. We are looking forward to building our working relationship with them in the future.’