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Tirlán seeks voluntary redundancies, putting 150 jobs at risk
Rafaela Sousa

Rafaela Sousa

25 June 2024

Tirlán seeks voluntary redundancies, putting 150 jobs at risk

Tirlán has announced the launch of a "cost reduction programme" that could lead to approximately 150 voluntary redundancies.


The initiative follows a comprehensive review and seeks to achieve significant savings across the business. According to the co-op, the move is driven by several factors, including rising costs in areas such as energy, interest rates, wages and environmental compliance, alongside a reduction in milk supply volumes.


The company said: "In order to secure cost savings, Tirlán has made the difficult but necessary decision to offer a voluntary redundancy scheme across the organisation. It is expected that approximately 150 roles may be impacted." Tirlán currently has over 2,300 employers.


The move is not anticipated to significantly affect milk production. Tirlán stated: "Milk processing capabilities will remain unchanged, and Tirlán will retain the ability to increase milk processing capacity if there are changes in milk supply dynamics".


It added: "The cost savings achieved through this programme will position Tirlán strongly against future challenges and allow continued focus on product innovation and growth in value-added products".


Top image: ©Tirlán

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