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Warrenpoint Port named ‘Best Business in the Community’

Warrenpoint Port has been recognised as the Best Business in the Community in the greater Newry area, gaining the award for the first time. The accolade was presented at the prestigious Greater Newry Area Business Awards, organised by Newry Chamber of Commerce and Trade, during a glittering ceremony at the Canal Court Hotel. The harbour…

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New Chief Executive appointed to Warrenpoint Port

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Warrenpoint Port has appointed David Holmes as its new Chief Executive Officer. David joins the harbour, the second largest in Northern Ireland, from Irwin’s Bakery where he has been Operations Director for the past six years. Previously, David has held senior positions at Kerry Group, Unigate, and Premier Foods. Stan McIlvenny, Chairman of Warrenpoint Harbour…

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Warrenpoint Port makes £800,000 plant investment

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Warrenpoint Port has made an investment of £800,000 in new plant that will significantly improve efficiency at Northern Ireland’s second largest harbour. Authorities at the port have taken delivery of the first wave of the new fleet which will include seven forklift trucks. Eoin O’Mahony, Head of Engineering and Estates, Warrenpoint Port said: “This investment…

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Warrenpoint Port to become major C02 hub in £9.5 million (€11m) investment

WARRENPOINT PORT TO BECOME MAJOR CO2 HUB IN £9.5 MILLION (€11M) INVESTMENT

Japanese industrial gas company Nippon Gases is to establish a major liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) import and distribution terminal at Warrenpoint Port. The £9.5million (€11m) project represents the first major investment in Ireland by the firm since it purchased Praxair Gases Europe in December ‘18. The facility which will store liquid CO2 for the food…

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Regeneration project marks start of Warrenpoint Port £4 million investment programme

Work has commenced on the redevelopment of the landmark Town Dock House at Warrenpoint Port, the flagship project in the harbour’s £4 million capital investment programme.

Work has commenced on the redevelopment of the landmark Town Dock House at Warrenpoint Port, the flagship project in the harbour’s £4 million capital investment programme. The building, which fronts onto Warrenpoint Town Square, will be returned to its former use as the main harbour office, re-establishing a direct interface between the port and the…

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