Woollard and Henry are one of the last remaining independent Dandy Roll markers left in the world servicing the global paper industry. Back in 1873 Ernest Woollard started a business in Aberdeen to maintain and build Dandy Rolls. In the 1930's, Dick Henry, invested in 50% of the company forming Woollard & Henry.
The company grew through the 1950's and 60's and began exporting to Europe, Scandinavia and India.
This family run business continued. The Woollard connection ended when Ernest's grand-daughter left in the 1980's then, due to ill health, the last Henry retired from the company putting the business up for sale in 2002.
With the assistance of the Baxi Partnership the employees bought the company and now every one of us is a shareholder in our business. We remain independant and plan to stay that way.
and Henry Ltd. are pleased to announce the acquisition of a major shareholding
in the German machine builder PAMA paper machinery GmbH, an established provider of paper machines,
components and ancillary equipment. This increases the percentage of Employee Ownership
within the company.
Woollard and Henry which became employee-owned in 2002, and PAMA paper machinery GmbH who underwent a Management and Employee buy-in in 2015, believes that people who have a vested interest in their company are more committed and understand the importance of ensuring high quality products and service to their customers.
Together we have combined almost 300 years’ experience in the global paper industry. This move provides us with increased capabilities and synergies that will enable us to grow, with an increased product portfolio, and continuously improve our product innovation and exceptional customer service moving forwards.