company history

CORBETT CONCRETE PRODUCTS Ltd is a family run business since 1979.


In 1982 the company started producing cattle slats and now is a leading supplier of cattle slats in Ireland. The company now produces a wide range of slats starting from 7ft 6″ up to 16ft 6″ including scraper slats, manholes, beams and floors for the agricultural market. We deliver and fit our slats throughout All of Munster the Midlands and the East Coast.

We also produce a wide slab flooring system which is proving a major success. We also manufacture hydrometric products for companies such as the E.P.A, ESB and Inland fisheries to mention just a few.


Today we make a wide variety of concrete products for many different industries. Here is an over view of our products to date : Cattle Slats, Beams, Pig Slats, Concrete Cattle Trough, Water Trough, Wide slab Flooring, Sewage Treatment Tanks, Sills, Kerbs, Lentils, Wall Caps, Pier Caps, Paving Slabs, Garden Edges, Fire heads, Flue Gatherer, Chimney Caps, Post and Rails, Crook Stakes, Drains, Gate Post, Struts and Strainers, Panel Fencing, Gully Boxes.

  • 1979

    The Beginning of Corbett Concrete

    The Company starts manufacturing wet cast products such as sills, kerbs, lentils, wall caps and paving slabs.

  • 1982

    first employees

    The company started producing cattle slats which has now is a leading supplier of cattle slats in Ireland.

  • 2014

    Registered Patent Product: Dairy Grip Slat

    The Dairy Grip Slat is invented and designed for the Dairy and Suckle Cow to help prevent slipping and splaying in collecting yards and cubicle houses. Our vast understanding of Concrete and input from the farming community results us in leading the way in developing farming precast concrete products. Patent no: S86545

Concrete Built IS Better Built!

Quality has always been a primary concern of Corbett Concrete Products Ltd., We use top quality steel in slats and manufacture, supply and fit  them to the very highest standards as set out by the Department of Agriculture.

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