Friday September 18, 2020

Strategic location good for local businesses

22nd May, 2016
Tony McCormack, president, Midlands Gateway Chamber

Companies in the midlands benefit from its strategic location in the centre of the country with good transport infrastructure and proximity to several international airports.

“Most destinations in the midlands are only an hour from Dublin and Galway and two hours from Cork and Belfast, so we’re at the crossroads of Ireland,” said Midlands Gateway president Tony McCormack.

He said the majority of investments by indigenous companies in the midlands had...

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