The SIPTU Agriculture, Ingredients, Food & Drink Sector covers many different types of industries throughout Ireland. These industries range from market gardening farms to large manufacturing factories to small workshops. The Sector represents workers within all grades of the Agri Business, Dairy, Meat, Food Ingredients and Drinks Industry throughout Ireland. SIPTU represents workers employed in small to medium size companies process companies and play a major role in the economy.Sector Organiser: Michael Browne (087 6776808) Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAdmin Assistants: Joan McClean(01-8588230/8588247)Email: email@example.com
Organisers Contact Numbers Location John Cooney 087-6776822/022-21493 firstname.lastname@example.org Mallow Miriam Butler Hamilton 087-9851276 email@example.com Kildare Industrial Organisers Contact Numbers Location Terry Bryan 087-2444194/01-8588289 firstname.lastname@example.org Waterford Colm Casserly 087-1209340/01-8586441 email@example.com Dublin Denis Gormalley 087-6140943 firstname.lastname@example.org Sligo Jim McVeigh 087-4174437 email@example.com Monaghan/CavanAgriculture, Ingredients, Food & Drinks Sector Committee Members.John BoyleJack DonohueTom FoxMartin HampenstalMichael HickeyTony Hogan – PresidentJames KennedyGerry LynamJohn MontgomeryJohn MortellTim O’ConnorLiz O’Donohue – Vice President & National Executive CouncilKieran O’DonnellPat O’Flynn NECRose O’ReillyLeonard TobinMichael Toolan
The Electronics, Engineering and Industrial Production Sector represents workers in a variety of companies ranging from small long established enterprises to multi-nationals employing several thousand people manufacturing technologically advanced products.
The car industries in the UK and Europe are highly important to the Sector. Many smaller Irish manufacturers supply a wide range of parts for all of the major car companies including Toyota, Nissan, Ford, and Mercedes. read more
This Sector represents workers in all grades within the pharmaceutical, chemical and medical devices industry. In terms of exports the pharmaceutical, chemical and medical devices sector currently generates over 59% of the Republic of Ireland’s exports.
Within the medical devices industry 24,000 workers are employed in 160 companies, 90 of these are indigenous to Ireland. Ireland has the highest number of people per captia working in the medical devices industry in Europe and is the second largest exporter (only behind Germany) of Medical devices in Europe. read more