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Tuesday 17 September 2019

Java Republic awarded beverage contract for Center Parcs Longford Forest

Louise Kelly

Louise Kelly

Irish-owned Java Republic has been awarded a six figure contract for providing coffee and tea services at Center Parcs Longford Forest.

Managing Director of Java Republic, Grace O’Shaughnessy, said that her team is "delighted to have been awarded this high-profile and valuable contract from Center Parcs".

Briody Bedding, headquartered in Meath, has also secured a valuable contract to supply beds and mattresses for the 466 lodges and 30 apartments at the resort.

Established in 1974, the family run business employs 100 people, and Director David Briody said the awarding of the contract "is testament to the dedication and hard work of our experienced team who have perfected their craft over the past 40 years."

Furthermore, O’Haire Bus Hire will be transporting the Center Parcs housekeeping staff to and from the forest resort when opened.

In total, the contracts with the 2,500 guest capacity Irish Center Parcs are worth more than €1m.

The 395-acre holiday resort near Ballymahon, Co Longford, will be up and running next year.

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