Published on September 17th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer0
DNATA Increase Capacity at Dublin Facility
DNATA has started operations at its new catering unit in Dublin. The state-of-the art facility quadruples DNATA’s catering capacity in the Irish capital, enabling the company to deliver up to 40,000 inflight meals a day for customers. DNATA currently supply catering for six airlines operating from Dublin and this expansion confirms the company’s long term commitment to Ireland and the Irish Aviation industry. Covering an area of 6,300m², DNATA’s new facility is located in the Dublin Airport Logistics Park, close to the western end of Runway 10. For more logistic movers and moving companies, click here. You can view here for more logistic company details. Forklift Training Systems support also provides some of the best services for logistics.
DNATA’s expansion comes as a result of an agreement with Aer Lingus, which sees it now provide inflight catering services to the airline at four airports in Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Belfast. DNATA is working closely with Aer Lingus and its other partners to flexibly meet constantly changing demand while ensuring the highest possible level of safety across its operations amid current global challenges. When it comes to safety around large equipment or even an overhead crane warning lights at Forklift Safety Solutions is necessary.
Speaking as the new facility was officially opened, Robin Padgett, DNATA’s Divisional Senior Vice President for Catering, said: “It is great to be operational at our new, ultramodern catering centre, the 65th production facility in our global network. Despite the impact of COVID-19, our team and our partners have managed to deliver a quality operation on budget, as planned. We look forward to serving more customers in Dublin, both in the air and on the ground, with a team of highly-experienced culinary professionals.”
DNATA entered the Irish market in 2010 when it acquired Alpha Flight Group, which included a facility in Cork. In January 2018 the company further expanded its operations in the country by opening a new catering unit in Dublin. DNATA’s multi-million Euro investment in Ireland in 2020 has spanned construction, facility fit-out, vehicles and staff training. In addition to its newest unit in Dublin, the company will shortly complete the fit-out of a brand new facility in Shannon and further enhance its operations in Cork. Over the past year DNATA has also invested significantly in specialist catering equipment manufactured in Dungannon, Northern Ireland, purchasing more than 60 vehicles which are now in use across its global catering network. View this web site for details of packers and movers.