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Brendan Keating

Chief Executive Officer

Port of Cork Company

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Email: b***@***.ie

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Port of Cork Company

Custom House Street

Cork, Munster,

Ireland

Company Description

The Port of Cork has maintained for longer than the last half-century its role as a strategic authority with a vastly important regional role. It has also established strong and productive links with the European Commission and with other port authorities arou...more

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Ports News - IHMA

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Commented Chief Executive of the Port of Cork, Brendan Keating: 'This really is an excellent opportunity for the Port of Cork and one we intend to maximise.'


Linkline Journal - Ireland's Leading Business Journal for the Logistics Sector |

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Brendan Keating, Chief Executive, Port of Cork Company since December 2002.
Prior to that he was City Manager in Limerick for [&hellip


Linkline Journal - Ireland's Leading Business Journal for the Logistics Sector |

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Brendan Keating, Chief Executive, Port of Cork Company since December 2002.
Prior to that he was City Manager in Limerick for 4 years and before that he was Assistant City Manager in Cork City. In the position of Chief Executive his primary focus has been on the development and growth of business along with planning port infrastructure. His commitment to the delivery of higher levels of efficiency and quality of port services has been central to the continued success of the company. The Port of Cork is committed to seeking out new business opportunities for the port and the Agri sector presents significant opportunities for exports with the lifting of the Common Agriculture Policy production limits this year Brendan Keating, Chief Executive, Port of Cork Company since December 2002. Prior to that he was City Manager in Limerick for 4 years and before that he was Assistant City Manager in Cork City. *Indecon International Economic Consultants, 2014 (Below: Brendan Keating, CEO of the Port Of Cork)


Port of Bantry - Harbour Development Projects

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Commenting on the development, Brendan Keating, Chief Executive of the Port of Cork said that there are many benefits for Bantry and the wider Harbour area in undertaking such a project.
"Works to the Town Pier will ensure improved longevity of the existing pier structure and improved access and facilities on the pier will facilitate existing activities and hopefully generate more commercial activity for Bantry Harbour. There will be improved berthage available for larger marine vessels and the Company would hope that this will lead to an upturn in marine leisure in and around Bantry Harbour" he said.


Port of Bantry Bay Harbour Development Projects Progress Reports

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Commenting on the development, Brendan Keating, Chief Executive of the Port of Cork said that there are many benefits for Bantry and the wider Harbour area in undertaking such a project.
"Works to the Town Pier will ensure improved longevity of the existing pier structure and improved access and facilities on the pier will facilitate existing activities and hopefully generate more commercial activity for Bantry Harbour. There will be improved berthage available for larger marine vessels and the Company would hope that this will lead to an upturn in marine leisure in and around Bantry Harbour" he said.


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