Meteorological experts Biral has reflected on 2020 as a challenging but productive year that saw the company announce a series of new products as a result of its forward research and development programme. In the face of the challenges presented by the pandemic, Biral continued with its growth plans based on increasing market share in its established markets, where the business is recognised for innovative, high specification products with proven reliability.

2020, despite everything, proved to be an acceptable year for Biral, with revenue and new projects continuing to rise in spite of the challenges of COVID-19 and the on-going Brexit negotiations. The company also celebrated its 45th anniversary and was thrilled to be involved in some high-profile projects across the world, including its BTD-300 thunderstorm detector which is destined for installation on the iconic Dubai eye.

Biral has experienced strong sales growth in recent years coming from an international client base stretching from Tokyo to Vancouver and has invested in expanding its team to accommodate the demand for products. More recently, the company has strengthened its operations, engineering, sales and marketing departments, as well as enlarging its factory premises.

Last November, Biral welcomed Stuart Oates to its operations team after spending the last four years managing his own business and prior to that more than 15 years at DSV (Global transport and logistics). Stuart works closely with both manufacturing, planning and dispatch to ensure that customers’ orders are shipped on-time and that all the international export documentation is correct.

Commenting on the recent business developments, Nathan Neal, Sales and Marketing Director at Biral, said, “Despite everything that 2020 threw at us, we have come through it much better than we could have predicted. This would not have happened without the perseverance of our customers and staff who have allowed us to succeed and deliver our products all over the world even when it seemed almost impossible.”

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25 February 2021

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Established in 1975 Biral is a leading manufacturer of meteorological instruments and supplies the international market with one of the largest ranges of products available. Its scope extends from sensors to measure wind, temperature, precipitation, visibility, solar radiation and other standard parameters to present weather sensors and complete weather stations. The company’s products can be used across a diverse number of applications in the aviation, oil and gas, marine and wind energy markets as well as for roads and highways. Biral is also a specialist in the design, manufacture and supply of particle analysis and climate research instruments for science, industry and the environment. Biral is based in Bristol, UK.