Collinson PLC

Founded in 1962 by Ernest Collinson, the company began its journey in the Agricultural sector. Now more than 50 years on and with the third generation, Dan and Sam Collinson, taking the roles of Joint Managing Directors, the company has grown to be a dynamic and diverse business operating in Agriculture, Construction and Renewable sectors. At our six acre site set in the Lancashire countryside we employ over 125 people, all driven by our Vision and Values to design, engineer and deliver products of the highest standards. We are proud to be a Living Wage Employer, we share the Living Wage Foundations ethos that paying the living wage is Good for Business, Good for Individuals and Good for Society.

Company details

Riverside Industrial Park, Tan Yard Road, Catterall , Preston , Lancashire PR3 0HP United Kingdom

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Nationally (across the country)

Our commitment to design, innovation and the latest technology coupled with a highly motivated workforce enables us to offer superior solutions in diverse markets.

A family company since 1962, enriched by three generations, Collinson operate in three main industry sectors; Agriculture, Construction and Renewables.

Moving forward and committed to improvement through change, we build on our reputation for quality and offer market leading products at competitive prices however one thing that doesn't change is our relationship with our clients; as always it remains our highest priority.

Collinson operates an environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001: 2004

Construction division environmental performance statement:

  • All Serge Ferrari fabrics are 100% recyclable at the end of life using the Texyloop process.
  • REACH legislation (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) all Ferrari membranes/products are compliant with REACH and also don't contain substances included in the SVHC list (substances of very high concern).
  • LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) – The results indicate that the recycling via TEXYLOOP® process reduces significantly the impact of the product on the environment.