Worldwide - supplier of quality fans for over 30 years
Greenmount Fans were founded in the late 1970′s to design and manufacture a superior
range of Centrifugal and Axial Flow fans for the industrial market, specialising
in supplying to the major Automotive manufacturers.
The company has expanded from providing the major proportion of its business into
the U.K. car market on to providing fans for many projects in Europe and the rest
of the World.
This growth is reflected by Greenmount’s continuing investment policy, not only
in bringing on board the latest design and manufacturing technology, but also increasing
capacity of output.
Greenmount have been able to combine up to date manufacturing techniques coupled
with the need for service reliability, and always with a view to commercial considerations.
Greenmount Acquire Alfa Fans and Metrico International
The Greenmount group of companies have acquired a 100% shareholding in Alfa Fans,.
Alfa Fans manufacture heavy duty centrifugal and axial flow fans from their factory
in Cannock, Staffordshire. Alfa also owns all intellectual property rights of Metrico
Mark Whelan , Contracts director stated ‘This is an extremely exciting purchase
for Greenmount Fans. We have now significantly expanded our manufacturing capabilities.
The workforce at Alfa are renowned within the trade for producing high quality products
in short lead times. This acquisition should enable us comfortably satisfy the global
contracts we have recently undertaken’
The acquisition was handled by Mr Ed Foulkes, commercial partner of Lockett, Loveday
and McMahon Solicitors in Manchester. Mr Foulkes added ‘Manufacturing has
occasionally been the victim of negative press, with the sector continuing to face
a challenging environment as a result of a number of domestic and international
‘Potential for companies to expand in certain areas does exist, as Greenmount
Fans predominantly supplied to UK based companies. The business now has a number
of worldwide clients and has recently undertaken contracts in Oman, Saudi Arabia,
Hungary, Australia and China.’