Celtic Pure pours €20m into factory Water firm aims to double capacity
The Monaghan-based mineral water company Celtic Pure has poured nearly €20 million into increasing production capacity from 120 million bottles of water annually to 250 million.
Sales at the business, run by husband and wife team Padraig and Pauline McEneaney, were up 30 per cent last year to €16 million. Its projected sales for 2018 are €20 million, and the company has plans to expand its reach into China, with the projected turnover for its products in...
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