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US AMBASSADOR VISITS COMBILIFT TO TALK TRADE

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18 Dec 2020 Comments Off on US AMBASSADOR VISITS COMBILIFT TO TALK TRADE
US AMBASSADOR VISITS COMBILIFT TO TALK TRADE

On Tuesday afternoon, the American Ambassador to Ireland, Mr Edward J Crawford (centre), visited CombiLift Global Headquarters to discuss strengthening trade links between Ireland and the United States, where CombiLift also have a parts facility. His Excellency is pictured here with a CombiLift forklift that is being completed for an American customer at the CombiLift plant in Monaghan. Also included are Robert Moffett (left) and Martin McVicar (right), CombiLift. ©Rory Geary/The Northern Standard. See full story on page 17.

CAREER SUCCESS FOR GRADUATES OF COMBILIFT TRAINEESHIP

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28 Feb 2020 Comments Off on CAREER SUCCESS FOR GRADUATES OF COMBILIFT TRAINEESHIP
CAREER SUCCESS FOR GRADUATES OF COMBILIFT TRAINEESHIP

Over 80% of students who have completed the Combilift Engineering Traineeship have obtained employment with the company in the past 5 years. The success of the Traineeship was revealed as it was announced that applications are now open for 2020/2021. An Information Evening will be held for students interested in enrolling on the course on Wednesday 4th March at 7.00pm at Combilift. The Traineeship offers a combination of work place learning with Combilift and classroom-based learning at Monaghan Institute. The lack of college fees and the potential to gain employment ...

COMBILIFT STAFF INSPIRE LOCAL STUDENTS

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13 Dec 2019 Comments Off on COMBILIFT STAFF INSPIRE LOCAL STUDENTS
COMBILIFT STAFF INSPIRE LOCAL STUDENTS

Five members of staff from Combilift have been recognised for their involvement in a programme with Monaghan primary and secondary schools. Staff members Adriana Gajdosikova, Lisa Bogue, Robert Walsh and Ernest Martin all taught the five week Junior Achievement programme called Our Nation to students in St. Comgall’s National School, Clones, St. Dympna’s National School, Tydavnet, Scoil Mhuire, Clontibret and Darley National School, Cootehill while another staff member Niall Hughes, volunteered in St. Macartan’s College, Monaghan to do the Project management Skills for Life programme. Combilift have been involved in ...

COMBILIFT EXPORTS EXCEED €3 MILLION TO SOUTH AFRICA OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS

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15 Nov 2019 Comments Off on COMBILIFT EXPORTS EXCEED €3 MILLION TO SOUTH AFRICA OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS
COMBILIFT EXPORTS EXCEED €3 MILLION TO SOUTH AFRICA OVER THE LAST 12 MONTHS

Combilift is a major exporter of material handling solutions equipment to South Africa. To mark exports of over €3 million per year, Combilift hosted an event at Nandos Warehouse in Johannesburg, during which the South African company took delivery of their new Combilift Aisle Masters. The event took place as part of the Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to South Africa and Kenya this week, led by Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys T.D. Nando’s is a South African restaurant chain, specialising in Portuguese food such as periperi style ...

CONTRACTS BOOST FOR COMBILIFT AND KINGSPAN ANNOUNCED BY MINISTER HUMPHREYS DURING AUSTRALIAN TRADE MISSION

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22 Mar 2019 Comments Off on CONTRACTS BOOST FOR COMBILIFT AND KINGSPAN ANNOUNCED BY MINISTER HUMPHREYS DURING AUSTRALIAN TRADE MISSION
CONTRACTS BOOST FOR COMBILIFT AND KINGSPAN ANNOUNCED BY MINISTER HUMPHREYS DURING AUSTRALIAN TRADE MISSION

Kingspan are among the Irish companies that will benefit from over $10 million in recently secured Australian contracts, it was stated by Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael TD and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys during her current trade mission to Sydney, Perth and Singapore. Kingspan Insulated Panels have secured a $8 million capex investment for a new state-of-theart machine which will operate at their factory in Greater Western Sydney. Combilift have announced a contract with E Store Logistics, who are soon to become the second largest user of the ...

NEW APPRENTICESHIP FOR ENGINEERING SKILLS WILL OFFER STUDENTS LOCAL TRAINING AND JOBS

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17 Jan 2019 Comments Off on NEW APPRENTICESHIP FOR ENGINEERING SKILLS WILL OFFER STUDENTS LOCAL TRAINING AND JOBS
NEW APPRENTICESHIP FOR ENGINEERING SKILLS WILL OFFER STUDENTS LOCAL TRAINING AND JOBS

COMBILIFT AMONG THE BACKERS OF THE SCHEME CALL TO END ACADEMIC SNOBBERY Secondary students in County Monaghan who don’t want to go to College but are seeking to develop their skills and work locally are being encouraged to apply for a new apprentice programme for engineering skills. The national scheme which was officially launched on Monday by Ministers Heather Humphreys and Joe McHugh has the backing of a major employer in the area, Combilift. Co-founder and managing director Martin McVicar said apprenticeships needed to be seen in a different light by ...

COMBILIFT WINS ASIA MATTERS AWARD

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23 Nov 2018 Comments Off on COMBILIFT WINS ASIA MATTERS AWARD
COMBILIFT WINS ASIA MATTERS AWARD

Monaghan material handling specialist manufacturer Combilift has yet another award to add to its trophy cabinet – this time for its recent expansion and activities in the Asian market which were recognised at the inaugural Asia Matters Business Awards. The Asia Matters award focuses on building dynamic business links and understanding between Asia and Ireland to drive economic growth. Since Combilift was established 20 years ago it has collected numerous accolades for its achievements in product design and innovation, its exporting expertise and overall company management. Martin McVicar and Robert ...

MINISTER HUMPHREYS MEETS WITH LOCAL COMPANIES ON CHINA TRADE MISSION

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9 Nov 2018 Comments Off on MINISTER HUMPHREYS MEETS WITH LOCAL COMPANIES ON CHINA TRADE MISSION
MINISTER HUMPHREYS MEETS WITH LOCAL COMPANIES ON CHINA TRADE MISSION

Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael TD and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said this week that she had held successful meetings involving three key local companies – Combilift, Newbaze and Lakeland Dairies – on her recent trade mission to China. Minister Humphreys announced that new deals worth over €60 million were signed by a number of the 45 Irish companies participating in the trade mission. The Minister stated: “I am delighted to report that my trade mission to Hong Kong, Shenzen and Shanghai has been hugely successful, with deals ...

“START SMALL. DO WELL. GO GLOBAL.”

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4 May 2018 Comments Off on “START SMALL. DO WELL. GO GLOBAL.”
“START SMALL. DO WELL. GO GLOBAL.”

– Taoiseach urges Irish companies to adopt the Combilift mantra Peter Hughes Start small. Do well. Go global. This was the mantra for success Taoiseach Leo Varadkar ascribed to Monaghan forklift manufacturer and material handling supplier Combilift when he officially opened their new €50 million global headquarters and manufacturing facility at Annahagh last Thursday. Leo obviously liked the sound of the mantra. “It is why Combilift’s story is so compelling,” he said. While the Government would continue to try to attract more inward investment to these shores, the Taoiseach pledged, “We ...

COMBILIFT SCOOPS IRISH EXPORTER OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR A SECOND TIME

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20 Nov 2015 Comments Off on COMBILIFT SCOOPS IRISH EXPORTER OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR A SECOND TIME
COMBILIFT SCOOPS IRISH EXPORTER OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR A SECOND TIME

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the voice of the export industry in Ireland, announced Combilift as the Exporter of the Year 2015 at the Export Industry Awards which were held on Friday last in Dublin. In their 15th year and attracting over 500 guests including Minsters, Ambassadors and dignitaries, the awards are the premier Irish event recognising the achievements of companies working in the export industry. Combilift took home the overall Exporter of the Year Award 2015 after also winning the hotly contested Multinational Exporter of the Year Award category earlier in ...