Posts Tagged ‘Belview’

Glanbia’s New Plant and Ireland’s Rural Recovery

Liam Herlihy (Group Chairman, Glanbia), speaking at last Thursday's opening at Belview.                       | Photos: Dylan Vaughan
On Thursday last, I was delighted to officially open the Belview facility, which I understand is one of the largest indigenous infrastructure investments made by an Irish company in 80 years. What is more welcome is the 1,600 jobs that this €150 million plant will support across the economy. It was fantastic to witness at [...]

Taoiseach to open new Glanbia plant

Glanbia's new plant at the Port of Waterford, which will be officially opened this Thursday.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will be accompanied by Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney and EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan when he officially opens Glanbia’s new €180 million plant in Belview. The Port of Waterford development, which has created 70 new full-time jobs at the facility, accepted its first mild during a dry run in mid-December. Construction at [...]

City proposed as ‘hub’ for offshore fuel exploration

The Port of Waterford has been proposed as a hub for oil and gas companies engaged in exploration in the Celtic Sea.
The Port of Waterford has been proposed as a hub for oil and gas companies engaged in exploration in the Celtic Sea and management are currently working closely with Waterford Airport to attract companies to the region, The Munster Express has learned. In a review of the Port’s 2014 performance, a spokesperson confirmed that this [...]