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END OF AN ERA – TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP

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11 Sep 2015 Comments Off on END OF AN ERA – TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP
END OF AN ERA – TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP

Established in 1901, one hundred and fourteen years ago, the name Town of Monaghan Co-op will soon disappear from our daily lives. Town of Monaghan is one of the longest established co-ops in the country. Over the years it established a name nationwide for quality dairy products such as Champion Butter and Champion Milk as well as Mona and Champion yogurt. One of the largest employers in Monaghan, the Co-op took pride in supporting local events and charities. With up to three hundred farms supplying Town of Monaghan Co-op and virtually every ...

END OF AN ERA FOR TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP AS MERGER APPROVED WITH BALLYRASHANE

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23 Jul 2015 Comments Off on END OF AN ERA FOR TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP AS MERGER APPROVED WITH BALLYRASHANE
END OF AN ERA FOR TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP AS MERGER APPROVED WITH BALLYRASHANE

By Michael Fisher Town of Monaghan Co-Op is to enter a new era in September following the virtually unanimous approval on Tuesday of its merger with the Ballyrashane Co-Op in North Antrim. The new company to be known as LacPatrick is said to be a platform for growth, against a backdrop of a challenging global market. It is described by the two elements as a ‘game-changing’ merger, which includes plans for further significant new investment later this year at Artigarvan near Strabane as a critical part of the new Co-op’s growth ...

TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP SHAREHOLDERS ENDORSE PROPOSED MERGER WITH BALLYRASHANE

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2 Jul 2015 Comments Off on TOWN OF MONAGHAN CO-OP SHAREHOLDERS ENDORSE PROPOSED MERGER WITH BALLYRASHANE
TOWN OF MONAGHAN  CO-OP SHAREHOLDERS ENDORSE PROPOSED MERGER WITH BALLYRASHANE

Michael Fisher The proposed merger of Town of Monaghan Co-Op and Ballyrashane Co-Op in North Antrim has been strongly endorsed by shareholders of both Societies. There will now be a three weeks cooling-off period before the plans are put before the members again for formal approval. Both chief executives said afterwards there had been very good turnouts at the two shareholder meetings on Tuesday night in Monaghan and Ballyrashane. They said it was clear there was a resounding acceptance of the strategic fit between the two co-ops and that a merger ...

OUTLOOK FOR DAIRYING REMAINS POSITIVE SAYS TOWN OF MONAGHAN CHIEF EXECUTIVE

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6 Jan 2012 Comments Off on OUTLOOK FOR DAIRYING REMAINS POSITIVE SAYS TOWN OF MONAGHAN CHIEF EXECUTIVE

Town of Monaghan Co-op Chief Executive Vincent Gilhawley has expressed the view that the outlook for the dairying sector remains positive in 2012 despite the problems confronting the global economy and the prevailing climate of financial uncertainty. Writing in the December edition of the Co-op’s Farm News publication, Mr Gilhawley predicted that global demand for dairy products would continue to grow – and said that Ireland was in a strong position to capitalise on this heightened demand. The Chief Executive, referring to the “almost daily economic crisis which ...