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21st Birthday EUCU Trading was set up in 1999 by Vincent McQuaid and his father Sean McQuaid (RIP) The premises is based in North Co Monaghan near the village of Glaslough. The business was formed primarily to supply the various self-indigenous industries in the county at the time, eg furniture, poultry and mushroom industries, with products like wood screws, fastening, power tool adhesive products, janitorial products and safety workwear and footwear. Over the intervening years the business has survived the economic downturn and expanded its product range into packaging, personnel protection and first aid. In 2014 the business formed another division called EUCU Chemtrade, which specializes in the supply of chemical, solvent and excipient materials into the Pharma Food and Water Treatment and leisure industries to name but a few. The business has evolved since 1999 and the next few years will definitely see changes to the way we all do business. Over the years in business EUCU has built up a strong relationship with suppliers and now as an essential service endeavors to provide efficient and reliable service to its customers. Speaking to us Vincent McQuaid stated: ‘2020 has been an extremely challenging year for all aspects of business and it is incumbent on all of us to support as many of our local business as possible,.particularly coming up to the Christmas season with so many uncertainties about what this years celebrations will look like. With all the various business challenges that EUCU has seen in its 21 years, the global pandemic that is coronavirus has undoubtable been the biggest challenge to date. If we all support each other, we can survive this’. To celebrate EUCU’s 21st birthday the staff had planned some celebrations but with the coronavirus limitations they had to find another way to mark this year. They ran a Facebook competition for a €100 voucher in Maurice Grahams instead. The winner was Jeanette Mullen and she was delighted with her prize. Happy spending Jeanette!! EUCU would like to thank all our customers and suppliers for their continued support, especially this year working in such difficult circumstances. Stay safe www.eucu.ie 047 88888/086 2508614
Here is a link to Eucu website - http://www.eucu.ie
21st Birthday EUCU Trading was set up in 1999 by Vincent McQuaid and his father Sean McQuaid (RIP) The premises is based in North Co Monaghan near the village of Glaslough. The business was formed primarily to supply the various self- indigenous industries in the county at the time, eg furniture, poultry and mushroom industries, with products like wood screws, fastening, power tool adhesive products, janitorial products and safety workwear and footwear. Over the intervening years the business has survived the economic downturn and expanded its product range into packaging, personnel protection and first aid. In 2014 the business formed another division called EUCU Chemtrade, which specializes in the supply of chemical, solvent and excipient materials into the Pharma Food and Water Treatment and leisure industries to name but a few. The business has evolved since 1999 and the next few years will definitely see changes to the way we all do business. Over the years in business EUCU has built up a strong relationship with suppliers and now as an essential service endeavors to provide efficient and reliable service to its customers. Speaking to us Vincent McQuaid stated: ‘2020 has been an extremely challenging year for all aspects of business and it is incumbent on all of us to support as many of our local business as possible,.particularly coming up to the Christmas season with so many uncertainties about what this years celebrations will look like. With all the various business challenges that EUCU has seen in its 21 years, the global pandemic that is coronavirus has undoubtable been the biggest challenge to date. If we all support each other, we can survive this’. To celebrate EUCU’s 21st birthday the staff had planned some celebrations but with the coronavirus limitations they had to find another way to mark this year. They ran a Facebook competition for a €100 voucher in Maurice Grahams instead. The winner was Jeanette Mullen and she was delighted with her prize. Happy spending Jeanette!! EUCU would like to thank all our customers and suppliers for their continued support, especially this year working in such difficult circumstances. Stay safe www.eucu.ie 047 88888/086 2508614