Turf smoke that signals the way ahead for PostLogistics

26th March, 2017
John O’Brien (centre), managing director of Nenagh-based Irish Turf Incense meets Liam O’Sullivan, An Post’s director of Mails Operations (right) and Hugh Corcoran, who will run the new service (left)

Late last year, as we prepared to launch PostLogistics a wisp of white turf smoke carried the signal that An Post was on the right track with our new service, writes Liam O’Sullivan.

The smoke came from a tiny replica thatched cottage manufactured by a Nenagh-based company run by John O’Brien. I was impressed by John who I met when he agreed to assist us with some publicity in the early days of...

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