New Business Opened in Cobh
We are delighted to welcome a new business and Chamber member to Cobh. Fishery Liaisons Limited have recently opened their Cobh office. They are a service provider to the offshore renewable and marine sectors and generally become involved in projects at a pre-application stage and assist in derisking the projects from a fisheries and marine perspective.
To date, the company has assisted in multiple successful applications and has helped deliver multiple projects through significant milestones. FLL specialises in fisheries stakeholder engagement along with general marine consultancy, we also pride ourselves in offering a helping hand to the fishing industry where possible.
The local supply chain approach is important to us and we have aligned ourselves with likeminded companies in partnerships that enhance local content and strive to position the Irish maritime sector and business sectors to be a big part of Ireland reaching our ambitious 2030 and 2050 targets to combat climate change and energy security while protecting our valuable indigenous fishing industry.
Corks Lower Harbour will play a very important role in Ireland delivering on our future green energy commitments as a nation. For that very reason, Fishery Liaisons have opened our offices in the Crown Jewel of Cork Harbour “Cobh”.
Pictured here at the launch: David Hyde, Karen O’Reilly, Mark O’Reilly from Fishery Liaisons Limited, Eoin McPartland and Caroline Roche from Energia, Liam Murphy from ESB, Johanna Murphy, Louise McCall and Cormac Mac Coitir from the Cobh and Harbour Chamber.