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SEKO opens up in Ireland

[ January 11, 2019   //   ]

SEKO Logistics has opened its own operation in Ireland at Harristown, near Dublin Airport, driven by the growing number of multinational companies operating in Ireland as well as increased consumer spending. SEKO previously operated in Ireland through an agency partnership.
Managing director of SEKO Logistics in Ireland, Michael Daly (pictured), said: “The amount of trade in and out of Ireland – accelerated by the strength of the Irish economy and the level of inward investment – makes Ireland the next logical step in SEKO’s strategic investment development plan. Ireland is especially important to UK, European and US brands and that’s why we are investing in our own facility and staff.”
Ireland’s MedTech sector has become one of the leading clusters for medical device products globally and exports of medical devices and diagnostic products now represent 8% of Ireland’s total merchandise exports.