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The Killybegs Marine Cluster with MMG Ocean and KER Group Exhibited at Wind Energy Ireland Trade Fair 2023
The Killybegs Marine Cluster, with MMG Ocean and KER Group, exhibited at Wind Energy Ireland Trade Fair 2023.
Irelands Blue Economy Marine Cluster joins Causeway Exchange. This network strongly supports our members’ global aspirations, particularly in Scotland, while also boosting Killybegs port’s visibility nationally and internationally
Wind Energy Ireland Trade Fair 2023. The Prestigious Annual Awards Ceremony on October 5th, 2023 in Edinburgh highlights industry excellence.
New Marine Engineering Traineeship Developed to meet Industry Skills Needs of Killybegs Blue Economy Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB), through its Further Education and Training (FET) Service, has developed Ireland’s first Marine Engineering traineeship in...
‘Our Offshore Renewable Energy Opportunity – Is Ireland Ready? The NMCI are hosting an Offshore Wind conference to establish if Ireland is ready.
Mooney Boats go from strength to strength, experiencing a massive 36% increase in Syncrolift bookings and 12% increase in Hoist lifts when compared to 2021.
Donegal based McCabe Architects have been appointed by Donegal County Council to deliver an ambitious €4.8m Killybegs regeneration project which will get underway in 2022.
Mooney Boats secure a contract estimated at €20 million to build two Irish sister ships, 31m long MFV Elaine Croine and Sparkling Star.
Killybegs continue to break records after loading a reefer with a massive 9,000 metric tonnes of pelagic fish destined for North Africa
Welcome to the 13th annual Laurentic Forum international virtual conference. Strategic partners include Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador), Iceland and North Norway.