Cork food wholesaler buys one of city’s oldest businesses
M&P O’Sulivan has acquired the fixtures, fittings, stock and trading names of the 148-year-old Brennan’s Caterworld, which was liquidated last month
The Cork food wholesaler M&P O’Sullivan has acquired the assets and trading name of Brennan’s Caterworld. Brennan’s, one of Cork city’s oldest businesses, went into liquidation last month after 148 years in business.
M&P O’Sullivan, another of Cork’s longest-established businesses which has traded since 1905, has now stepped in to buy the fixtures, fittings, stock and trading names of the business.
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