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PLATO Scales New Heights at McArdle Skeath Launch in Hollystown Dublin

15 June 2018

PLATO delighted in visiting McArdle Skeath's new Dublin €20Million Warehouse this week and joining the Mc Ardle family and An Taoiseach and Minister for Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation.

An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar attended the opening of McArdle Skeath, one of Ireland’s leading supply chain management providers, temperature controlled storage facility in Hollystown, Dublin 15. The supply chain facility represents a €20 million investment by McArdle Skeath and is strategically positioned to service the nutritional and bio-tech sectors. 

 Attending the opening ceremony, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said: 

The opening of this impressive new facility is great news for Dublin 15 and I would like to congratulate McArdle Skeath for the successful expansion of their business, now in its 50th year. This large scale warehouse will provide up to 100 jobs over the next 12 months here in Hollystown, serving the nutritional and bio-tech sectors. It is ideally located thanks to its proximity to the M50 and other major routes, as well as being very accessible to Dublin Airport. I know McArdle Skeath pride themselves on exceeding the highest standards, and I have no doubt they will take the same approach to success with this new facility. I wish all the staff and management the very best of luck.

Speaking at the event, Minister for Business Heather Humphreys stated:

I am delighted to see McArdle Skeath expanding with the opening of their new facility in Dublin.  Since setting up in Inniskeen in 1968, the company has set standards in the industry, by evolving and providing innovative solutions for customers, and this new facility is testament to that.  I am confident that the new McArdle Skeath facility in Hollystown will flourish, and continue to grow, and I wish all the team the very best for the future.


PLATO EBR congratulates Micheál McArdle, one of its Parent Company Leaders and wish the McArdle "family" continued success.

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