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Welcome to CJ Sheeran

CJ SHEERAN is Ireland’s largest supplier of timber packaging and pallets, providing a premium quality, sustainable and accredited packaging solution to Ireland and the UK’s diverse network of pallet consumers in the Food and Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Technological, Engineering and General Manufacturing Sectors.

We produce a broad range of both standard and specialised timber packaging and pallet modules to include pallets, cases, crates, boxes, potato boxes, skids and dunnage and also recover in excess of 1.2m pallets per annum.

CJS are the only pallet manufacturing company in Ireland to hold all 3 core ISO Certifications (ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001) as well as FSC® and Sedex SMETA 4 Pillar Conformity.  We are setting industry standards in terms of quality, service and value for money.  We offer a complete packaging solution for your business.  With separately licensed plants in Laois, Dublin and Mayo we provide our customers with an unrivaled service and business continuity.

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LoCall: 1800 201 765
Tel: 057 875 6700
Shannon Street, Mountrath, Co. Laois

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CJ SHEERAN: Ireland’s leading pallet supplier.
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ERDF Supported Project

Project Description: A Key Manager has been co-funded in this company by the European Regional Development Fund and Enterprise Ireland under the Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020. Aims: To recruit a Key Manager who will bring skills…

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EPAL Lawsuits

The lawsuits, brought by EPAL and its Dutch subsidiary NEDERPAL in the Court of The Hague, ruled that the state of a pallet is changed when it is repaired. However, the original trademark remains valid - so the pallet cannot…

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FSC® Approval for CJS

Leading Pallet and Crate Manufacturer, C J  Sheeran Limited, has achieved Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) Certification – the only pallet manufacturing company in Ireland to do so. A new EU adopted Timber Regulation (EUTR) to combat trade in illegally harvested…

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