Irish News Archive

Voting continues for Irish Auto Trade Awards

Have you cast your vote for the Irish Auto Trade Awards? If you haven’t voted already, you have until Friday, August 23 at 5.00pm.

RSA urges Leaving Cert students to celebrate safely

With almost 60,000 students receiving their Leaving Certificate results today, the highest number in 15 years, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has reminded all recipients to celebrate safely and responsibly and is urging students to be sensible by planning their travel to and from festivities.

Vote for your favourites at the Irish Auto Trade Awards

The shortlists are in and voting is set to open for a number of key Motor Factor categories at the Irish Auto Trade Awards 2020.

SIMI says thousands of motor industry jobs under threat

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has today issued their Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q2 of 2019 composed by Economist Jim Power. It makes for stark reading, despite the economy performing strongly, the environment for new car sales continues to remain very challenging.

Highest level of employment ever seen in Ireland welcomes the latest update on the Irish labour market in an excerpt from the latest Motor Industry Review. The report by economist Jim Power for the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

Sealey summer promotions at HBA Distribution

The Sealey Summer promotion 2019 is now in full swing at HBA Distribution with great offers on a host of products.

BM Motor Factors partners with Comline

Longford based, BM Motor Factors is now partnering with Comline to supply its customer base with a wide selection of aftermarket products.

Delphi Technologies has new look

The aftermarket experts at Delphi Technologies, represented in Ireland by Qualvecom has made the shift from red to blue to with its product packaging.

Southside Motor Factors adds Ctek range

Southside Motor Factors has added the Ctek range of battery management systems to its product portfolio.