Profit and Loss: Liffey Mills, Louise Stokes, Brody Sweeney and PJ Rigney

Which Irish companies were up and which were down this week?

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
19th May, 2017

The company had revenues of €78.7 million in 2015, but this fell to €77.5 million in 2016.

The company employs 75 people and has a salary bill of €3.5 million. Its main shareholder is Barry Mills, who owns the company along with Patrick Ryan and John O'Grady and Barry Liffey.

Liffey Mills was founded in 1982 by Richard Liffey junior.

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