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Making lots of dough in Dublin

Irwin’s Bakery is to invest €1 million in its distribution network over the next three years, enabling the Armagh firm to directly supply retailers in the Dublin area.

10th July, 2010

Irwin’s Bakery is to invest €1 million in its distribution network over the next three years, enabling the Armagh firm to directly supply retailers in the Dublin area.

The family-owned company expects the move to boost revenues by €750,000 in the next year alone.

Brendan Lappin, business development manager with Irwin’s Bakery, said the company had, to date, supplied most of its retail customers in the Republic through third-party distribution centres, only working...

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