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ICG wins Maritime Services Company at the 2015 Irish Exporters Awards
by The Irish Maritime Development Office

Irish Continental Group was the winner of the Maritime Services Company of the Year sponsored by the Irish Maritime Development Office at the 2015 Irish Exporters Awards recently. Nominees for the category included FDS, Dublin, Container & Terminal Division, Dublin and IWT, Dublin.

The Irish Exporters Association’s Export Industry Awards is in its 15th year and the premier event for recognising the achievements of Irish exporters. This years event was supported by a number of corporate and industry sponsors including Etihad, HSBC, Guaranteed Irish, Kuehne+Nagel, Rosslare Europort, Enterprise Ireland, Bord Bia, LEO’s, Cloud 9, Tipperary Crystal and The Irish Times.

In other transport categories, the Logistics Company of the Year sponsored by Rosslare Europort, GEODIS Ireland, was the ultimate winner, nominees shortlisted in the category were Damco Logistics Ireland Limited, DHL Express, Kuehne + Nagel, and McArdle Skeath.

The annual awards are paramount for highlighting Irish exporters who have excelled in their sector and to highlight those companies who have been fundamental to Ireland’s international trade success. The awards are organised by the Irish Exporters Association to recognise the remarkable achievements of companies working in the export industry.



Mr. Declan Freeman, Managing Director of Eucon being presented with the 2015 Maritime Services Company of the Year by Mr. Liam Lacey, Director, IMDO
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