McCue will be celebrating its 30th anniversary this year by diversifying into two new and exciting markets – airports and docks. In an age where companies come and go at a noisy and alarming rate, there’s something reassuring about the safe hands of McCue, still protecting people and businesses after 30 years of trading.
Moreover, the company is now offering an added bonus to clients who have environmental targets. Should they wish to reposition, upgrade or remove an existing barrier, McCue will simply take it away for recycling. This, combined with the company’s already green-sensitive products, proves to be a boost to major retailers that have green targets to meet.
For example, a typical steel safety barrier on installation will look good, but over time it will rust, corrode, scratch and degrade, and it will need maintenance and repainting. McCue’s polypropylene barriers immediately solve these issues due to their inherent flexibility, which allows them to absorb forces and reform after collisions, protecting the floor, the equipment and the people in the process. In addition, the barriers’ ultra-low maintenance properties mean that repainting and ongoing maintenance are all but eliminated.
In store, a McCue bumper will increase the longevity of a display as well as retain a good looking, customer-friendly appearance. Meanwhile, in house, McCue are committed to 100% UK raw material sourcing, so customers can be assured they are buying from and working with an environmentally committed source.
Safety and environmental concerns are two of the most pressing issues in facility management, but with McCue, safety solutions now come with added green responsibility.
McCue is the ultimate one stop shop for facility protection, working with major businesses across the globe to guard hardware, people and vital structures on the factory floor, in storage, in distribution and on the shop floor. Thirty years after putting safety on the business agenda, McCue’s big green safety machine is still working extra hard for its customers, old and new.