Monaghan forklift firm announces return to near-full production
Combilift will resume activities in the coming week, its chief executive Martin McVicar has said
Combilift, the Monaghan forklift-maker, is returning to almost full production next week, its chief executive said.
The company, a major employer in the region, has also had significant international interest in its new ventilator splitter product, which was designed to help combat the Covid-19 virus by maximising ventilator capacity.
Combilift, which employs 600 people, had ceased production in the early stages of the pandemic crisis.
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