Did You Know ... 26 July, 2016
Published on Jul 26 2016 10:22 AM
Did You Know ... Maxol opened its 227th site in Ireland on Friday, 15 July? The new site, which is located on Hearse Road in Donabate, was officially opened by former Dublin footballer Ciaran Whelan, DJ Ray Shah and food blogger Melanie May. The €2 million investment has created 25 full and part-time jobs.
Did You Know ... Award-winning Northern Irish craft bakery Genesis Crafty is aiming to double sales of its range of cakes through a rebranding of the products and increased marketing activities? The family bakery has rebranded under the legend 'We Make Baking Amazing'
Did You Know ... Smurfit Kappa was once again successful at recent packaging awards, picking up the victory in two categories at the national Pakstar Awards in Poland? The packaging company was recognised in both the transport and consumer packaging categories at the ceremony.
Did You know … M&S is recalling its Teriyaki Crackers over a possible allergy risk? The Teryaki Crackers could cause allergic reactions in customers with fish allergies as it may have contained prawn, according to Newsletter.co.uk.
Did You Know ... The world's largest online retailer, Amazon, is opening a new facility in Carrickfergus, according to Irish News. The sorting facility will employ 18 permanent staff and work with four local delivery companies employing 130 drivers.
Did You Know ... Retail Realm has launched a standalone inventory management and POS software solution called Retail Management Hero? RMH is aimed at helping small to mid-sized stores to efficiently manage all their back office and POS activities.
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