Wrightbus owner hopes to meet Greens leader Ryan about zero-emissions plan
Jo Bamford wants to discuss all-island green transport solution with new minister
Jo Bamford, the owner of Wrightbus, is seeking to meet new Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan to discuss a zero-emissions transport plan for the island of Ireland, he told the Business Post.
Bamford is the son of Anthony Bamford, the billionaire JCB industrialist. He bought Wrightbus, a major employer in the North, late last year after it collapsed into administration.
Prior to Covid-19, Wrightbus had worked up to having more than 600 people employed again,...
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