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Carmarthenshire-based Manufacturer Continues its Expansion


Leading Carmarthenshire-based security solutions manufacturer Morgan GRP continues its expansion and revisioning drive by investing almost £1 million in a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

The system integrates all applications across the group, to manage the business and to automate many back-office functions relating to IT, services and HR.

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The investment is part of a wholesale remodelling at the Carmarthenshire firm, which sees them implement ambitious expansion plans.

The new ERP system sees the directors making a commitment to weekly immersion and training sessions to familiarise themselves with its processes.

Group Managing Director of Morgan GRP, Martyn Ingram, says:

“Morgan GRP is going through one of the most important chapters of its life this year, with a renewed drive to push the company towards ever greater growth and productivity.

“As a company and as a workforce we are very proud of our achievements to date and we are resolved to build upon those achievements. But moving into the next stage of a firm’s life takes bold thinking.

“Our determination to reshape our way of working and, importantly, our way of thinking, has seen us take on some key new recruits, some of who specialise in change management itself.

“And this latest £1million investment is part of a series of other investments planned for Morgan GRP Ltd going forward.”

Morgan GRP’s turnover is approaching £21 million and it bucked the trend during the most recent period of recess in the UK, continuing to grow turnover year on year.

In recent years Morgan GRP Ltd has been recognised within the Top 100 Companies in South West Wales, 15th in the Top 50 Most Profitable Companies in Wales, within the Top 50 Largest Employers in South Wales and most recently the company was listed as one of only two Welsh firms within the prestigious Sunday Times Profit Track 100.


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