Swiss-Irish baking group Aryzta moved into profit last year following significant restructuring of the business, according to the company’s annual report. The group, which owns
Staff working on forecourts were abused and threatened after the government announced it would be dropping excise duty on fuels, according to Kevin McPartlan. The
Business group Ibec has scaled back its outlook for growth for this year to account for the economic impact of rising costs and supply chain
Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue has secured Cabinet approval for a long-awaited bill to establish an Office for Fairness and Transparency in the Agri-Food Supply Chain.
The temporary halting of P&O’s sailings at Larne Port will affect supplies coming into NI as other ferry operators are “pretty near full”, Agriculture Minister
Logistics UK has announced the launch of a new, free to attend, invitation-only conference: Supply Chain Resilience. The event will arm senior business leaders with
Car dealers could see a surge in the second half of 2022 if difficulties with supplies of semiconductor chips are resolved, according to the Society