Turf smoke that signals the way ahead for PostLogistics
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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