Leading timber processing firm, Glennon Brothers welcomed Mr. Fergus Ewing, MSP for Inverness & Nairn, and Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy and Connectivity, to its plant in the port of Troon (formerly Adam Wilson & Sons), on Thursday March 30th 2017. Full Article
Following on from their successful involvement in Electric Picnic 2009, industry leading timber processors, Glennon Brothers (www.glennonbrothers.ie), again highlighted the innovative uses of Irish Timber at the recent Electric Picnic Music & Arts festival (www.electricpicnic.ie).
THE RAPID downturn in the Irish construction industry was the catalyst for timber-processing firm Glennon Brothers to make a profitable entry to the French market this year.
Mike and Pat Glennon of Timber processing firm, Glennon Brothers, are among the 24 shortlisted finalists for the coveted 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® award. The Irish programme, now in its 13th year, has been identified as one of the strongest worldwide and received over 120 nominations, a reflection of the strength of the enterprise culture that exists today.
Windymains Timber, in East Lothian, part of the Glennon Brothers Group,
welcomed John Moloney TD Minister of State at the Department of Health
and Children; and Cliona Manahan, Consul General of Ireland to Scotland,
as part of a trip to Scotland in celebration of St Patrick's Day, organised
by Enterprise Ireland.