Quality, durability and versatility
These are the defining characteristics of JoBird’s products
Built by the best
to withstand the worst
JoBird is an internationally recognised leader in the design and manufacture of lifesaving and fire safety equipment storage. Our cabinets can be found throughout the world in the most hostile environments from the scorching deserts of the Middle East to frozen tundra of Siberia. These are the cabinets of choice for the safe storage of equipment due to the excellent level of protection they offer and their long term durability.
Since its establishment in 1986, JoBird has developed its products to meet the demands of a range of industries and environments. Our composite, injection moulded and rotationally moulded cabinets are used by clients around the world, including multinational companies such as BP, Equinor, Exxon Mobil, Orsted, Petrobras, Petronas, Shell , Total, Tennet and Vattenfall.
Jo Bird staff, old and new, along with invited guests celebrate the company being awarded the prestigeous Queens’ award at their factory in Somerset. The latest award was given for innovation for the work on new cabinets constructed from advanced composites.
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The RNLI were featured on the BBC news yesterday showing how they are preparing for the coming season. This includes an increase in the numbers of lifeguards on the beaches. Very apt with the lovely sunshine we enjoyed. With the prospect of few, if any foreign...
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Elsa cabinets for the Irish Naval Service Our friends at the Irish Navy service have adopted the SOS100 cabinet to store their emergency breathing apparatus on the lead ship of the Vard designed LÉ Róisín class Offshore patrol vessels. LÉ Róisín was built in the North...