22 January 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Cootehill Precision Engineering was announced on Tuesday as a finalist in the National Enterprise Awards. Located at the Business Park on the town’s Cavan Road, the company provides machined parts to a range of sectors including the wind, heat, energy, pharmaceutical, quarrying, and glass industries in both the Republic and Northern Ireland. Cootehill Precision Engineering was established in 1992.

Congratulating the company on being selected by the Cavan Local Enterprise Office as a contender for the awards, Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael Senator Joe O’Reilly said the company had a highly skilled staff with a reputation for a high quality customer service and had kept itself to the forefront of its sphere with investment in state of the art machining, scanning and 3-D printing equipment. The National Enterprise Awards final will take place virtually on February 11. The awards are designed to celebrate small businesses and recognise excellence in exporting, sustainability and innovation. The finalists are competing for a €50,000 prize fund which goes to the overall winner, as well as eight regional awards.

This year there will also be two new award categories that reflect the challenging business conditions that companies have faced because of the…

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