Ventac Shortlisted for Four Export Industry Awards

Ventac is thrilled to announce that the company has been shortlisted for not just one, but four highly coveted awards at this year’s Irish Exporters Association’s Export Industry Awards. Ventac’s achievements and dedication to excellence have earned the company recognition in the following categories: Manufacturing Exporter of the Year, Private Irish Business of the Year, Export Innovation of the Year, and Services Exporter of the Year.

The Irish Exporters Association’s Export Industry Awards celebrate and honor the outstanding performance, innovation, and contribution of Irish exporters to the economy. The awards highlight the success stories of companies that have demonstrated excellence in international trade and have made a significant impact on their international markets.

Ventac’s inclusion as a finalist in four categories showcases the company’s commitment to delivering world-class products and services. In partcular, Ventac’s nomination for the Services Exporter of the Year award underscores the company’s unwavering commitment to providing outstanding service solutions to clients globally, having previously won the Services Exporter of the Year award in 2017. This recognition further reinforces Ventac’s expertise and excellence in the services sector.

“We are honored to be shortlisted for four prestigious awards at the Irish Exporters Association’s Export Industry Awards,” said Darren Fortune, Managing Director of Ventac. “This recognition is a testament to the hard work, innovation, and dedication of our entire team. We are proud to represent Ireland on the global stage and contribute to the country’s export success.”

The winners of the Irish Exporters Association’s Export Industry Awards will be announced during the ceremony on 22 September at the Convention Centre, Dublin. The event promises to bring together industry leaders, exporters, and distinguished guests to celebrate the achievements of the Irish export community, and Ventac will proudly be represented by the team on the night.



Related Posts

The Electrification of Public Transport

Noise is one of the biggest health hazards in cities  According to the World Health Organisation, (WHO/Europe) noise from traffic has a detrimental effect on almost one in three people in Europe, and one in five are regularly exposed to noise levels at night that are high enough to impair health. Noise is one of the most

Good Practice Guide For Construction And Demolition

Good Practice Guide for Construction   Recently the air quality monitoring and noise control unit of Dublin City Council published  the ‘Good Practice Guide For Construction and Demolition’. According to the guide prior to the commencement of work on the site a construction and demolition plan must be developed. When developing the construction and demolition plan

50th Gala Dinner

50th Gala Dinner    Recently we had the pleasure of welcoming Enterprise Ireland, our customers, partners and all our staff to the Killashee Hotel for our 50th Gala Dinner.  It was great to meet old friends, and a big thank you to Enterprise Ireland, our customers, our partners and our own amazing team for joining us

Vehicle Noise

VEHICLE NOISE  Setting the appropriate limits    Introduction As part of a renewed emphasis on environmental noise policy, the European Commission has updated the regulatory framework for vehicle sound emissions. In 2021, the Commission adopted the EU Action Plan, ‘Towards Zero Pollution for Air, Water and Soil’. This aims to reduce pollution to levels that

Scroll to Top