Gardai have said they have received “credible” information that an attack on the five directors at the company was “imminent.”
Mannok has said energy costs increased by 66 percent last year.
A series of intimidating threats and attacks have taken place against company staff for more than a decade.
“I am just thankful that we have found a way to put the immediate terror of that evening out of our focus.”
The Derrylin man condemned the attack on Mr Lunney, and other attacks on Mannok directors or property.
The socially-distanced meeting was a re-grouping of the supporters of Sean Quinn in the Cavan, Fermanagh and Leitrim communities.
Chief executive officer Liam McCaffrey said during 2020 the safety of staff and their families had been the company’s priority.
A medal-winning Fermanagh boxer has pleaded guilty to assaulting two senior local businessmen at a local filling station almost two-years-ago. James Bernard McGovern (24) appeared before Judge John Aylmer at Cavan Circuit Court this morning (Thursday) where he entered plea when arraigned on two separate counts on the indictment. McGovern is charged attacking Kevin Lunney […]
The Brexit deal has been proving to be good for local business.
ONE of Fermanagh’s largest border businesses, Mannok, has said, “Regardless of the outcome of the Brexit negotiations we are ready.” As the clock ticks down to the end of the transition period and Brexit finally happens businesses here are preparing to move into a new era. The business formerly known as Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) […]