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Solar powered soft drinks: 75% of the electricity used to make Britvic brands in Britain now comes from the sun

    Solar powered soft drinks: 75% of the electricity used to make Britvic brands in Britain now comes from the sun

75% of the electricity now being used to make Britvic soft drinks in Great Britain – from Fruit Shoot to Tango, Robinsons to J2O – is coming from a 160-acre

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The AIM Centre in Sligo officially opens

    The AIM Centre in Sligo officially opens

In an important milestone for the North-West region’s manufacturing sector, the new Advancing Innovation in Manufacturing (AIM) Centre in Sligo has been officially opened. This initiative is a partnership between

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Peter Williamson takes his seat as the new chair of Make UK Affiliate Partner Board

    Peter Williamson takes his seat as the new chair of Make UK Affiliate Partner Board

Automate UK CEO, Peter Williamson has been appointed as the new chair of the Make UK affiliate partner board. He will also represent the affiliate partner programme on Make UK’s

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University of Limerick study reveals eco-friendly way to generate power from waste wood

    University of Limerick study reveals eco-friendly way to generate power from waste wood

A new study by researchers at University of Limerick has revealed a sustainable method of efficiently converting waste heat into electricity using Irish wood products, while minimising costs and environmental

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Ireland recognised in fDi Intelligence’s European Cities and Regions of the Future rankings for 2024

    Ireland recognised in fDi Intelligence’s European Cities and Regions of the Future rankings for 2024

In the latest edition of the fDi Intelligence’s flagship rankings ‘European Cities and Regions of the Future 2024’, Ireland reaffirms its strong standing as an attractive destination for foreign direct

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Lidl Ireland announces €1.6 billion worth of goods and services procured from Irish suppliers and business partners in 2023

    Lidl Ireland announces €1.6 billion worth of goods and services procured from Irish suppliers and business partners in 2023

Lidl Ireland has announced that more than €1.6 billion worth of goods and services was procured from Irish suppliers and business partners by the retailer in 2023. A total of

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ESG in British Manufacturing

    ESG in British Manufacturing

Britain’s manufacturers are stepping up their ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) commitments as the topic rises rapidly on the boardroom agenda in response to the growing labour market, government, investor

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€215 million Dunkettle Interchange upgrade officially opens

    €215 million Dunkettle Interchange upgrade officially opens

The Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Scheme has officially opened, marking a significant milestone in enhancing transportation infrastructure and connectivity in Cork. The €215 million project promises to alleviate congestion, improve safety,

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Ornua appoints Conor Galvin as Chief Executive Officer

    Ornua appoints Conor Galvin as Chief Executive Officer

The Board of Ornua Co-operative has announced the appointment of Conor Galvin (pictured) as Chief Executive. Ornua is Ireland’s largest exporter of Irish dairy products and has annualised sales of over

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Drone Summit and Mobility Now Conference – 1st & 2nd March 2024 – RDS, Dublin

    Drone Summit and Mobility Now Conference – 1st & 2nd March 2024 – RDS, Dublin

The advent of the railways, motorised road vehicles and air travel has revolutionised transport and society during the last two centuries. However, we are now entering a new epoch when

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EY Economic Eye: Growth uplift for Irish economy forecast for 2024 as inflation tracks lower and interest rate cycle turns

    EY Economic Eye: Growth uplift for Irish economy forecast for 2024 as inflation tracks lower and interest rate cycle turns

EY Ireland’s Winter 2024 Economic Eye is forecasting a growth uplift for the Irish Economy in 2024, with further job gains as inflation tracks lower and interest rate cycle turns.

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Pentagon Technologies announces state-of-the-art precision parts cleaning facility for Dundalk

    Pentagon Technologies announces state-of-the-art precision parts cleaning facility for Dundalk

Pentagon Technologies Group, a subsidiary of Kurita Water Industries, has announced the establishment of a precision parts cleaning facility in Dundalk. The new facility is expected to create approximately 100

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Warnings for Irish manufacturers amid the AI boom

    Warnings for Irish manufacturers amid the AI boom

By John Whelan Artificial Intelligence, or AI, has been all over the news recently, but not for all the right reasons. Generative AI systems like ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, captivated

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Diageo contributes €13 billion to Europe’s economy every year

    Diageo contributes €13 billion to Europe’s economy every year

A new report from Oxford Economics shows that Diageo – a global leader in beverage alcohol, with brands including Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Baileys and Guinness – is contributing over €13

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Nephin Energy fuels Green Gas Revolution from County Tipperary

    Nephin Energy fuels Green Gas Revolution from County Tipperary

Nephin Energy has announced the creation of its new business Nephin Renewable Gas (NRG). NRG is a newly established renewable energy company and has set up its operational headquarters in

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ALDI invested another €1.1 billion with Irish suppliers in 2023

    ALDI invested another €1.1 billion with Irish suppliers in 2023

ALDI has announced that it has spent €1.1 billion with Irish suppliers in 2023, a year which saw the opening of six new stores and ALDI being voted the most

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Stronger export sales boost Irish manufacturing production in January

    Stronger export sales boost Irish manufacturing production in January

Manufacturing output rose to the greatest extent since May 2022, albeit only marginally, accordingly to the latest AIB Ireland Manufacturing PMI® for January 2024. Production growth was supported by an

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ESB Group to collaborate with BladeBridge to repurpose wind turbine blades

    ESB Group to collaborate with BladeBridge to repurpose wind turbine blades

ESB has announced a new collaboration with BladeBridge, a Cork-based start-up specialising in wind turbine blade repurposing. The company had participated in the ‘2050 Accelerator’ programme, a sustainability-focused start-up accelerator

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New report identifies Ireland’s €38 billion offshore wind opportunity

    New report identifies Ireland’s €38 billion offshore wind opportunity

Achieving Ireland’s 2050 offshore wind energy targets could be worth at least €38 billion to the Irish economy, according to a new report. The research highlights the need for a

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86% of SMEs optimistic about business environment in Ireland in 2024, up from 70% in 2023

    86% of SMEs optimistic about business environment in Ireland in 2024, up from 70% in 2023

86% of SMEs are optimistic about the business environment in Ireland this year, according to the Melior Funding for Growth Survey 2024, an increase from 70% in last year’s comparable

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Food and drink makers secure Made Smarter backing

    Food and drink makers secure Made Smarter backing

SME manufacturers in the UK food and drink sector are the latest to secure backing from Made Smarter’s trailblazing adoption programme. Brightside Brewing Company, Just Bee Honey, Studio Bakery, Chandley

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