Walsh Western’s driving ambition

Just days after completing a $400million deal to expand his transport firm Walsh Western International, Brian Enright is already thinking about more deals.

10th February, 2007

Just days after completing a $400million deal to expand his transport firm Walsh Western International, Brian Enright is already thinking about more deals.

Enright last week completed the buyout of US firm TDS Logistics in a deal that creates an Irish-owned firm with 9,000 staff and revenue of $800 million. But, rather than taking a breather, the 35-year-old chief executive said that Walsh Western would consider other acquisitions.

‘‘The appetite is there,” he said.

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