REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Servequip bought out by two businessmen
West Dublin-based catering equipment company Servequip has been bought out by two businessmen from Northern Ireland, Jarlath Quinn and Eamon McKey. Quinn and McKey announced yesterday that the deal, which is believed to be worth over IR£9m (US$10m), will see Servequip's three founder members, John Dunne, John Bow and Jim Malone, remain in the business in their current respective roles of managing director, sales director and operations director.
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