Printing company has announced operations expansion
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17.06.2013 Ryanair has achieved the Number 1 position in the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Top 100 Airlines ranking, having carried 79.6m international passengers last...
17.06.2013 Printing company IBS-Xerox (Ireland) has this morning announced an expansion of its operations with the creation of 90 skilled jobs.
Printing company has announced operations expansion
Latest results reveal significant jump in confidence
Company issued interim management statement in advance of AGM
Effective from close of business on Friday, 21 June
Group is considering a possible offer for the company
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17.06.2013 Airline carried 79.6m international passengers last year.
14.06.2013 Expressions of interest have been received to date.
14.06.2013 Rigorous tender process took place.
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Ryanair has achieved the Number 1 position in the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Top 100 Airlines ranking, having carried 79.6m international passengers last year.
Printing company IBS-Xerox (Ireland) has this morning announced an expansion of its operations with the creation of 90 skilled jobs.
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Cork company Documatics has announced that it has successfully concluded a rigorous tender process to secure the Revenue Commissioners contract.
KBC Bank Ireland has said that it is experiencing increased demand for its mortgage products.
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A new SuperValu has opened in Miltown Malbay, Co Clare involving an investment of €5.5m and the creation of 50 jobs.
The New Yorker, a new American style bar and restaurant, will be officially opened at the Cork International Airport Hotel today following an extensive investment of over €500,000.
Two Clarion hotels in Dublin have been put up for sale on behalf of receiver Kieran Wallace of KPMG.
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The European Wholesale Securities Market (EWSM) announced its inaugural listing on the EU regulated market today.
Davy has been voted Ireland’s Number 1 brokerage in the Thomson Reuters Extel Pan-European Survey 2013, as well as taking the top slots in the categories of ‘Ireland: Country research’ and ‘Ireland: Equity sales’.
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan TD today joined Henry Minogue, vice-president and chief information officer of UPC Ireland, to announce further jobs growth in Limerick with the addition of 12 new vacancies for highly skilled information technology professionals.
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United Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with AltAir Fuels for 15 million gallons of biofuel.
PwC and Microsoft have formed a strategic alliance to help companies engaged in enterprise transformation projects using Microsoft business solutions technology.
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Extra Sales, which specialises in selling Irish owned overseas property, has announced that it will create 25 new jobs over the next two years.
The Irish manufacturing sector continued to contract in May, but moved closer to stabilisation, according to Investec’s monthly Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI)
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An Irish car dealer was awarded with a top honour at Toyota’s ‘Ichiban’ European Customer Satisfaction Award event held last week in Athens, Greece.
A new survey by MyHome.ie has found that 60pc of people believe house prices will be more or less the same one year from now.
10gen officially opened its EMEA headquarters in Dublin today and launched a recruitment campaign for positions in engineering, sales, HR, legal and finance.
One in five medical technology companies in Ireland are planning to recruit new staff in the third quarter of 2013, according to a new survey from IBEC group, Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA).
The board of Aer Lingus has issued a statement this morning stating that it supports the recommendation by the Labour Court that the airline makes a one-off payment of €110m into the Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme (IASS).
Data Edge has secured major contracts with four of Ireland’s mobile phone carriers to improve their broadband networks in preparation for the arrival of 4G later this year.
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