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Deadline Couriers create 80 new jobs for Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 1st Mar 2017. Posted in General

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Irish transport and delivery company, Deadline Couriers has today announced the expansion of their business and the creation of 80 new jobs within the next two years in their Dublin headquarters.

The expansion will bring the company’s Irish workforce from 35 to over 120 by 2019.  While Deadline has set a two-year period for the creation of these jobs, the company is already hiring and expects to have all 80 roles filled by the summer of 2018.

Since its establishment in 2010, Deadline has become an established brand in the Irish transport and delivery industry. The business has grown to provide many specialist support services across national and international boundaries including specialist deliveries for the legal, medical, construction and engineering sectors.

Speaking about the announcement, CEO of Deadline Couriers, Stephen McCann said, "Our business has seen a rapid amount of growth in the last two years and we are in real, immediate need to fill these new positions. We have also recently changed our name to Deadline Group, or just Deadline, as we are far more than a bike and van courier company now, and our national and international sights and aspirations continue to grow."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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