Michael Barugh Looks to the Future

6th December 2012

Michael Barugh Steel Stockholding Ltd has invested in a new IT system designed specifically for their industry.

  After extensive research into the market place, Michael Barugh choseSheffieldbased, Metals Software Supplier, PCI Systems Ltd. www.pcisystems.co.uk as their partner. Purchasing Director, Mark Donoghue said -Our business is built on sound values around customer service; this is something we were looking for when renewing our IT Systems.  PCI demonstrated a comprehensive and flexible product and we were impressed with their efficiency.  We look forward to a long and successful relationship with them. Michael Barugh Steel Stockholding Ltd. was established in the year 2000 by a group of thirteen experienced steel professionals who had recognised a gap in the market for a steel company which focused completely on local customer needs. Conveniently situated in Hull, just off the A63 they provide the raw materials for hundreds of successful local businesses. They are proud of their company, which now totals twenty nine employees and their philosophy that customer care is paramount.

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