O’Neills profits, but sportswear firm fears Brexit hit
Balbriggan Textiles made a pre-tax profit of €680,000 in 2015
O’Neills, the Irish sportswear manufacturer best known for its GAA jerseys, increased revenues and profits last year but is now warning that Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could impact on future development for the company.
Balbriggan Textiles, the holding company behind O’Neills, made a pre-tax profit of €680,000 in 2015, up from €511,000 for the year before, according to accounts just filed.
This brought retained profits at the...
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