Chief executive officer Liam McCaffrey said during 2020 the safety of staff and their families had been the company’s priority.
The Brexit deal has been proving to be good for local business.
Around 600 workers were laid off temporarily at the company at the end of March.
QIH directors are understood to have met with the firms American investors under tight security.
Mr Lunney is reportedly ‘in good spirits’ but he still in quite a bit of pain.
THE BARBARIC attack on Quinn director Kevin Lunney was poignantly brought to the fore of proceedings at St Aidan’s High School’s prize night on Thursday night last. Speaking from the stage principal Pat McTaggart said, “We in St Aidan’s and indeed the wider community need people of the calibre of Kevin Lunney.” Mr McTaggart is […]
Agreement with backstop needs to go through urgently, Barclay told
QIH has confirmed that two of its directors were assaulted in a local shop in Ballyconnell this Friday afternoon. The assailant fled the scene after QIH staff and members of the local community intervened to assist the QIH directors. Both men are seeking medical attention for injuries sustained. Gardai are investigating. Commenting, Liam McCaffrey, Chief […]
Company urges authorities to prioritise investigation, with no arrests made to date.
Company says criminals are bullying the whole community