Sunday September 27, 2020

Kelloggs in High Court over its Irish distribution contract

Kelloggs, the international cereal company that has 60 per cent of the Irish market, is at the centre of a multimillion euro High Court dispute over its distribution contract in Ireland.

10th June, 2006

Wincanton Ireland, which has the contract to provide warehouses and logistics for Kelloggs, is suing the company to retain the contract.

Documents were lodged with the court last month. Wincanton, which also has contracts with other supermarkets such as Superquinn, Musgrave and Arnotts, has obtained an interlocutory injunction preventing Kelloggs from terminating the contract until the case is over.

Kelloggs has notified the court that it plans to defend the action and the case is...

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