Leaders In Downhole Technology, BiSN Brings A Smile To Warrington Schoolchildren

Leaders In Downhole Technology, BiSN Brings A Smile To Warrington Schoolchildren

Pupils at a Warrington primary school now have the opportunity to enjoy audio equipment thanks to a generous donation from BiSN, leaders in Downhole Technology.

The company, a global leader in innovative metal-to-metal downhole technology sealing solutions, gave £1,000 to St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School on Quebec Road.

The kind donation enabled the school to invest in new equipment for pupils.

Chief executive officer, Paul Carragher, said: “We were delighted to contribute in this way to St Benedict’s. BiSN recently opened a new base in Warrington and supporting the local communities that we work within is hugely important to us.

“As part of this we wanted to connect with a local school. Our general manager, Emma Carter, enjoyed meeting the pupils and it was great to see such happy faces when the donation was given to them.”

Headmaster Liam Anderson said: “We sincerely appreciate the donation from BiSN which we put towards purchasing new audio equipment for our pupils. Gestures like this mean a lot to us and I would like to extend my thanks to BiSN on behalf of St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School.”

UK/US-based BiSN’s strategic development plans have included the expansion of its corporate headquarters with new premises in Warrington. The move has brought the company’s research and development activity under the same roof as a newly-acquired manufacturing facility.

In tandem with the facility investment, BiSN is also currently recruiting for a number of senior engineer and technician roles.

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Anita Wilcox of St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School, BiSN UK General Manager Emma Carter, and children.

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Anita Wilcox of St Benedict’s Catholic Primary School, BiSN UK General Manager Emma Carter, and children.