The Kramp facility in Kiltimagh. Photo: Google Maps

Boost as firm decides to 'optimise operations' in Mayo town

Following its acquisition of Genfitt in Kiltimagh, Kramp has announced its decision 'to take a more strategic approach by continuing to operate from the current facility' in the east Mayo town.

Ronan Egan, commercial director of Genfitt stated: “Staying in the current location allows us to strategically allocate resources to optimise our operations and prepare for future opportunities that align with our growth ambitions."

Kramp completed the acquisition of Genfitt last summer, a move aimed at strengthening its market presence and enhancing its portfolio of offerings.

The firm announced proposals to establish a new warehouse facility.

This acquisition represents a significant milestone in the company's growth journey, positioning it for continued success and leadership in the agricultural industry in Ireland.

Kramp is Europe’s largest specialist in spare parts and accessories for the agricultural industry.

It is the essential partner for its customers and suppliers with over 500,000 products online available, 12 distribution centers and 24 sales offices spread over Europe.