Irish Flexible Packaging to pump €1m into Wicklow plant ahead of milk quota move

Irish Flexible Packaging is investing close to €1 million in its Wicklow factory ahead of next year’s planned abolition of milk quotas.

21st September, 2014
Eamonn Farrell, managing director, Irish Flexible Packaging.

Company: Irish Flexible Packaging

**Done deal:** Euro 1 million investment, creating 12 new jobs

**The clincher:** ''A 50 per cent increase in Irish milk production is forecast by 2020, which is estimated to be worth Euro 1.3 billion per year to the Irish economy, and we are approved by the Irish Dairy Board as a supplier to the Kerrygold brand." - **Eamon Farrell,** managing director, IFP

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