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Mayo Chambers, a business group representing more than 4,000 Mayo businesses, has called for the rail line between Claremorris and Athenry to be reinstated for freight services to connect the county directly with Waterford, Cork, and Foynes ports.
Tuam firm Larkin Engineering and Street Products have secured a prestige contract worth up to €1.6 million over the next two years for the supply of bus poles, with information display cases and metal flags to the National Transport Authority (NTA).
The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the voice of the export industry in Ireland,have announced that Aerogen, innovative medical device and drug delivery company Exporter of the Year 2014 at the Export Industry Awards (Awards). The Awards, in their 14th year, attracted more than 500 guests including Minister Alex White, TD, the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources who provided a keynote address, Ambassadors and Dignitaries from 24 embassies in Ireland and Ivan Yates as MC to the Convention Centre Dublin.
A Galway company has scooped the Service Exporter of the Year award.
Five Mayo based companies exported goods to the value of €709 million in the past year landing them a place on the Top 250 Exporters in Ireland and Northern Ireland list.
Three Westmeath companies exported goods to the value of €615 million in the past year, placing them in Ireland’s top 250 exporters for 2013.
Galway company, Lynx Transport, has been awarded a Good Distribution Practise (GDP) Passport by the Irish Exporters Association Life Sciences Ireland. The accreditation, which ensures supply chain integrity and product safety from raw materials through to the end consumer, is gaining increased importance in Ireland and across the globe.
The Irish Road Haulage Association (IRHA) has expressed its concern at reports that eight new toll locations may be introduced on Irish roads. Hard pressed private motorists, van owners, farmers and small businesses will also be unimpressed with such a proposal.
A proposed eight new toll locations which may be introduced on Irish roads will erode competitiveness, according to the Irish Road Haulage Association.
At a time when the role of food production had re-emerged as vital to national and EU objectives it was incongruous to see the Irish Exporters Association attempting to diminish the economic value of Irish agriculture in the context of WTO negotiations.