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Over 28 Westmeath companies see the value of NSAI standards

As economic conditions start to improve, Westmeath companies, like many other businesses across Ireland, are seeing the benefit of investing in standards, says NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland), who have announced registration numbers to a range of standards including quality, environmental, and occupational health and safety. The figures show that over twenty-eight Westmeath based companies are registered to NSAI standards, as they aim to increase their competitive advantage and thrive in key industries.

Almost all Connacht companies see the benefit of standards

The recent horsemeat issue highlights how easily business reputations and consumer confidence can be damaged or lost, and further reinforces the high value for companies of having standards in place for products and services.

Car tax on Road to Nowhere

The Irish government has a problem. It is a problem that the AA can be very relaxed about because it is something our members are likely to cheer. Vehicle Registration Tax takings have collapsed. This monstrous tax on car owners has always been deeply unpopular and lots of people will be glad to hear that motorists are paying far less of it.

Car tax on Road to Nowhere

The Irish government has a problem. It is a problem that the AA can be very relaxed about because it is something our members are likely to cheer. Vehicle Registration Tax takings have collapsed. This monstrous tax on car owners has always been deeply unpopular and lots of people will be glad to hear that motorists are paying far less of it.

Galway Software company Enerit helps Pfizer achieve energy standard

Pfizer’s Loughbeg site in Ireland has become the first Pfizer pharmaceutical plant worldwide to achieve the ISO 50001 standard — and it was achieved with the help of software from a Galway company.

IFA president calls for suspension of carbon tax

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IFA president Kilkenny man, John Bryan, has called on the Government to follow the lead of France and suspend its decision to introduce a carbon tax to assist the country regain competitiveness so that exports and jobs can be developed.

Learn to future proof your business

A new seminar is taking place in Kilkenny this month on how to future proof your business.

One hundred and eighty green jobs and €40 million investment announced for Claremorris

BioSpark, the newly-formed joint venture between Imperative Energy Ltd and Sustainable BioPolymers Ltd, has announced its intention to invest €40 million in the development of a next generation bio-processing research, innovation and manufacturing centre at Claremorris which will create 180 new high value jobs within the local and regional economy with the realistic potential to grow to 300 jobs within three years.

 

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