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Kerry-based Gleann Beithe Management and Trading Services saw its revenue rise from €5.5 million to €8.2 million in 2016.
The company also saw its costs rise from €4.5 to €6.6 million. It meant that its profits for the year rose from €57,476 to €215,350.
The company, which is controlled by Aisling Sheahan and Niamh Sheahan, has 29 employees and a wage bill of €671,431.
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