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Agriculture is at the origins of our company. Years' of experience have taken Collinson from strength to strength in understanding the needs of this sector to provide a range of premium quality bulk storage and material handling solutions.

Agriculture

With extensive design and build experience in the sports, leisure, commercial and industrial sectors, Collinson offer a range of facilities to suit your design aspirations and your budget.

Construction

Our comprehensive range of silos is manufactured at our site in Lancashire; this is complemented by a range of conveyors to transport the feed, and an expansive range of feeders and weighers to aid feed management.

Renowned for outstanding quality and longevity, all products have been designed to maximise feeding efficiency. Excellence of service and quality management is at the core of our company values.

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Our Business

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 two main industry sectors; Agriculture and Construction.

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.

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  • Case Study

    Strathallan School

    With increased pupil numbers and bad weather restricting outdoor play, Strathallen School decided the best way to provide sport all year round, whatever the weather for the whole school was to invest in a new indoor sports facility.


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  • Case Study

    St Neot's invest in new sports hub

    A new sports hub is making a massive difference to the pupils of a school in Hampshire. The state of the art facility incorporates a five court multi sport hall, 25m pool and ancillary accommodation, and it is no surprise that the staff and pupils couldn’t be happier!

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  • Case Study

    Equity

    When Elir Evans took over the tenancy on a local farm in order to expand his dairy herd, his search for a new feeding system began. What he really wanted was a reliable, robust system which would be a one-off investment with the option of increasing cow numbers at no extra cost. The Collinson Equity system proved to be the perfect solution.

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  • Case Study

    Investment in sport on the Shetland Isles

    The geographic location of Shetland, infamous for wet weather and wild, stormy winters resulted in outside pitches being out of action throughout the winter. An indoor football and rugby facility was what they were missing and would allow teams to train in textbook conditions, all year round, whatever the weather.

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  • Case Study

    Rick Buckle

    Rick Buckle of Buckle Farms has discovered the benefits of phase feeding his pigs. The pigs are healthier and the feeding system installed by Collinson has reduced the amount of feed used from 5kg to 2kg, saving Rick Buckle money.

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  • Case Study

    Yara upgrade Belfast harbour storage facility

    Yara UK’s fertilizer storage and bagging facility at Belfast Harbour was in need of expensive refurbishment, after weighing up the options the most cost effective solution going forward was to demolish the existing structure and rebuild.

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Industry Sectors

Expanding over the years we now operate in two major sectors, Agriculture and Construction, with a wide spectrum of products available within each.

Our latest news

Farm Safety Week 2017: Accidents and awareness


A teenager trapped in a Dutch haybaler, Chris Brown was fast losing blood. Just eighteen years old and a farm worker, Mr Brown had failed to turn off the machine before putting himself in a precarious position. Unfortunately, his arm had become trapped in the process.
This was 40 years ago.

£11.7m funding boost for Aberdeen Harbour Project

£11.7m funding boost for Aberdeen Harbour Project


 By Flickr user: Bruce McAdam Aberdeen, Scotland [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Expand and diversify
Aberdeen’s £350m harbour expansion will receive a further £11.7m boost, according to a recent announcement from

Great British Tennis Weekend: Play free on 22nd and 23rd July!

Great British Tennis Weekend: Play free on 22nd and 23rd July!


If you’ve got the Wimbledon blues, this weekend could be the perfect cure—it’s The Great British Tennis Weekend, which means free sessions are happening across the UK this Saturday and Sunday. You won’t even need to invest in a racquet, as all equipment will be provided

Combating heat stress in pigs

Combating heat stress in pigs


Summer temperatures spell trouble for swine
Temperatures across the UK have soared over the past month. In June, Heathrow recorded a record high of 34.5°C, the hottest June day since 1976. For pigs, this high heat can have far-reaching effects.
An inability to sweat coupled with high body