Sign-maker invests in eco-friendly facility

Signage-maker Gaelite has invested €250,000 in a new manufacturing facility in Dublin.

16th April, 2011

Signage-maker Gaelite has invested €250,000 in a new manufacturing facility in Dublin.

The investment in the 30,000 square foot facility in Sandyford, included new environment-friendly production equipment and upgraded office systems.

Finbarr Clarkson, managing director of Gaelite Signs, said its aim was to ensure the company was operating to the highest standards of the European signage industry.

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