Monaghan-based warehouse company Moffett Automated Storage plans to add 30 new jobs at its new headquarters.

Recruitment for this role is expected to open later this year as the business expands in the village of Clontiblet near the Northern Ireland border.

Serving clients in 10 countries, Moffett offers automated warehousing, pallet storage and retrieval controlled by proprietary software developed in-house.

The system allows clients to quickly track, move, and access pallets with no height restrictions at the facility, enabling high density storage.

The Enterprise Ireland backed company was founded in 2017 by Sam Moffett, son of Combilift boss Robert Moffett.

The company’s new headquarters, which includes a research and development base, was inaugurated Wednesday by Tanaiste and Business Minister Leo Varadkar.

The company said it was “going from strength to strength.”

“We are very confident about the future,” said managing director Sam Moffett.

“Our business success over the past five years has given us the confidence to invest in the growth of Moffett Automated Storage.

“A big factor in our success is the work of our team of experts who use their seasoned and specialized know-how to support projects around the world.

“With increasing demand for storage and logistics services and limited warehouse space available, companies need new solutions. We look forward to helping our customers meet this challenge.” I have.”

The office upgrade was funded in part by the government’s Leaders Program, which helps businesses create rural jobs, improve broadband connectivity and invest in renewable energy.

“With the Moffett family’s long history of innovation, this is another significant venture that will create jobs in Monaghan and the surrounding area.

“We would love to see local businesses create jobs in rural Ireland.”

Tom Kelly of Enterprise Ireland said, “We want to support Moffett Automated Storage’s ambitious plans to compete and win in the global marketplace.”

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