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Garvan O'Doherty

Chairman

Londonderry Port

HQ Phone:  +44 28 7186 0555

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Londonderry Port

Port Road Lisahally

Derry, County Londonderry,BT47 6FL

United Kingdom

Company Description

Londonderry Port's mission is to be the most effective regional port in Ireland and Great Britain by actively addressing the needs of our beneficiary and non-beneficiary stakeholders. Developing, maintaining and operating the port to the highest standards of... more

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Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners :: Irish Port of the Year 2005 :: Lisahally :: Derry :: 02871 860555 ::

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Garvan O'Doherty - Chairman, Brian McGrath - Chief Executive, Roy Divine, Joe McKeever, Dr Dolores O'Reilly, Peter Sheridan.
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Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port | Inis Communications

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Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port
Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners have paid tribute to their outgoing Chairman, Garvan O'Doherty, who led their board meeting for the last time on Wednesday 29th January. Mr O'Doherty has served as a Port and Harbour Commissioner for the past 15 years, also serving one term as Deputy Chairman and two terms as Chairman, a post he has held since 2006. Speaking on behalf of the Commissioners, Port chief executive, Brian McGrath, said "we wish to publicly thank Garvan both for his dynamic leadership and for his passion for the work of the Port and Harbour. Key milestones during Mr O'Doherty's term as Chairman of the Harbour Commissioners include the sale of Fort George and the consequent decision to make capital investment in fixed assets and equipment rather than property, and more recently, the securing of the £80 million Evermore Renewable Energy plant for Lisahally. Mr O'Doherty said the ongoing efforts to invest and grow at Lisahally were in keeping with their responsibility to run the port in a sustainable manner for future generations. The board meeting marked Mr O'Doherty's last official function as Chairman of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners and his replacement, Bonnie Anley, was announced yesterday by the Department for Regional Development. Tagged:Brian McGrath , Clipper , Danny Kennedy , Derry , DRD , ERE , Evermore , Foyle Port , Garvan O'Doherty , Inis Communications , Londonderry Port , Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners , Minister for Regional Development , Peter Sheridan , Port


Garvan O’Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port | Inis Communications

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Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port
Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners have paid tribute to their outgoing Chairman, Garvan O'Doherty, who led their board meeting for the last time on Wednesday 29th January. Mr O'Doherty has served as a Port and Harbour Commissioner for the past 15 years, also serving one term as Deputy Chairman and two terms as Chairman, a post he has held since 2006. Speaking on behalf of the Commissioners, Port chief executive, Brian McGrath, said "we wish to publicly thank Garvan both for his dynamic leadership and for his passion for the work of the Port and Harbour. Key milestones during Mr O'Doherty's term as Chairman of the Harbour Commissioners include the sale of Fort George and the consequent decision to make capital investment in fixed assets and equipment rather than property, and more recently, the securing of the £80 million Evermore Renewable Energy plant for Lisahally. Mr O'Doherty said the ongoing efforts to invest and grow at Lisahally were in keeping with their responsibility to run the port in a sustainable manner for future generations. The board meeting marked Mr O'Doherty's last official function as Chairman of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners and his replacement, Bonnie Anley, was announced yesterday by the Department for Regional Development. Tagged:Brian McGrath , Clipper , Danny Kennedy , Derry , DRD , ERE , Evermore , Foyle Port , Garvan O'Doherty , Inis Communications , Londonderry Port , Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners , Minister for Regional Development , Peter Sheridan , Port


Garvan O’Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port | Inis Communications

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Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port
Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners have paid tribute to their outgoing Chairman, Garvan O'Doherty, who led their board meeting for the last time on Wednesday 29th January. Mr O'Doherty has served as a Port and Harbour Commissioner for the past 15 years, also serving one term as Deputy Chairman and two terms as Chairman, a post he has held since 2006. Speaking on behalf of the Commissioners, Port chief executive, Brian McGrath, said "we wish to publicly thank Garvan both for his dynamic leadership and for his passion for the work of the Port and Harbour. Key milestones during Mr O'Doherty's term as Chairman of the Harbour Commissioners include the sale of Fort George and the consequent decision to make capital investment in fixed assets and equipment rather than property, and more recently, the securing of the £80 million Evermore Renewable Energy plant for Lisahally. Mr O'Doherty said the ongoing efforts to invest and grow at Lisahally were in keeping with their responsibility to run the port in a sustainable manner for future generations. The board meeting marked Mr O'Doherty's last official function as Chairman of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners and his replacement, Bonnie Anley, was announced yesterday by the Department for Regional Development. Tagged:Brian McGrath , Clipper , Danny Kennedy , Derry , DRD , ERE , Evermore , Foyle Port , Garvan O'Doherty , Inis Communications , Londonderry Port , Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners , Minister for Regional Development , Peter Sheridan , Port


iniscommunications.com

Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port
Garvan O'Doherty chairs his final board meeting at Port Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners have paid tribute to their outgoing Chairman, Garvan O'Doherty, who led their board meeting for the last time on Wednesday 29th January. Mr O'Doherty has served as a Port and Harbour Commissioner for the past 15 years, also serving one term as Deputy Chairman and two terms as Chairman, a post he has held since 2006. Speaking on behalf of the Commissioners, Port chief executive, Brian McGrath, said "we wish to publicly thank Garvan both for his dynamic leadership and for his passion for the work of the Port and Harbour. Key milestones during Mr O'Doherty's term as Chairman of the Harbour Commissioners include the sale of Fort George and the consequent decision to make capital investment in fixed assets and equipment rather than property, and more recently, the securing of the £80 million Evermore Renewable Energy plant for Lisahally. Mr O'Doherty said the ongoing efforts to invest and grow at Lisahally were in keeping with their responsibility to run the port in a sustainable manner for future generations. The board meeting marked Mr O'Doherty's last official function as Chairman of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners and his replacement, Bonnie Anley, was announced yesterday by the Department for Regional Development. Tagged:Brian McGrath , Clipper , Danny Kennedy , Derry , DRD , ERE , Evermore , Foyle Port , Garvan O'Doherty , Inis Communications , Londonderry Port , Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners , Minister for Regional Development , Peter Sheridan , Port


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