Kerry and Tipperary firms sign multi-million euro contracts in France

Two Irish firms have signed multi-million euro contracts in France.

Wastewater treatment systems manufacturer Tricel, based in Killarney, Co Kerry, has agreed a deal with a sanitation and environmental products supplier in the Rhone Alps area.

Meanwhile, Wood Energy Solutions based in Cahir, Co Tipperary, is expanding into mainland European markets through a distributor in France.

The combined contracts are worth in the region of €5m and have been announced during the Taoiseach's visit to France.

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