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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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Dr. John Fitzgerald, Professor at TCD visits CJS

This week CJ Sheeran Timber Packaging and Pallets were delighted to welcome a great friend and ally of Irish forestry to our Laois facilities, Dr. John Fitzgerald, Professor at the Department of Economics in Trinity College Dublin.
John met with MD of Coolrain Sawmills ltd Declan Hutchinson, MD of the CJS Group Mark Sheeran & Ashleigh Doyle, Director of the CJS Group. The visit included a trip to our #sawmills, our #pallet manufacturing facility and our pallet recovery facility and also to a #forest in the area to observe the #harvesting of Irish #timber in the local community.
“The importance of forestry in our community cannot be overstated with hundreds of families dependant the sector for an income stream – from small farmers to planters to harvesters to sawmills to pallet manufacturers and also several other sections of the industry flourishing in the area”, said Declan Hutchinson. “The recent issues surrounding the harvesting and licensing of timber must be resolved in order to restore confidence in Irish forestry and to get planting back on track so as to meet targets set by the Government”, added Mark Sheeran.
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