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EIQA: DAA lands top award

The Dublin Airport Authority was named National Winner of the Q Mark for Quality Management Systems at this year's National Q Mark Awards. More than 100 of Ireland's best companies vied to win one o

30th October, 2011
From left: Matt Stafford and Helen O'Connor, Dublin Airport Authority; Irene Collins, EIQA, and Liz Kavanagh, Phil Hogan, Minister for Environment, Community & Local Government, Ray Maloney, Mary Pierce, Declan Collins and Kevin Conheady all of the Dublin Airport Authority

The Dublin Airport Authority was named National Winner of the Q Mark for Quality Management Systems at this year's National Q Mark Awards. More than 100 of Ireland's best companies vied to win one of the prestigious awards.

The annual ceremony, which took place on Friday, October 14 in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin, is the highlight of the business calendar for companies who strive for quality and excellence as it celebrates the drive, commitment and achievements...

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