Joe Purcell

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Irish engineering group Mincon’s revenue rose 8 per cent in the first half of 2020 despite the challenging backdrop of Covid-19. The company, which s(...)

Mincon chief executive Joe Purcell (centre) thanked Peter Lynch for his work in recent years.

Irish engineering group Mincon has announced that chief operating officer Peter Lynch, has decided to step down from the role in order to pursue other(...)

Mincon chief executive Joe Purcell (centre) said the acquisition means that Mincon enters 2020 with momentum

Irish engineering group Mincon has announced the acquisition of Finnish company Lehti for €8 million. Mincon, which specialises in the design, manufa(...)

Mincon saw sales rise above €100 million in 2018.

Irish engineering group Mincon said 2018 had been a positive year for the group, with revenue rising 21 per cent and operating profit increasing 16 pe(...)

The company appointed Joe Purcell (centre) as chief executive officer in 2015, replacing Kevin Barry.

Kevin Barry, the former chief executive of Irish engineering group Mincon, is to step down from the company’s board following a three year transition (...)

Mincon chief executive Joe Purcell said the goal of the company was to deliver “sustainable earnings”.

Profit before tax at Irish engineering group Mincon posted a 30 per cent year-on-year rise in its pretax profit to €8.1 million during the first six m(...)

Mincon chief executive Joe Purcell, centre, with former Chilean ambassador to Ireland Leonel Searle (left) and John Power, director general of Engineers Ireland. Photograph: Maxwells

Irish engineering group Mincon reported stronger profit for 2017, with earnings and revenue ahead of expectations. The company, which specialises in (...)

According to the Irish Wind Energy Association, there are now 228 wind farms on the island. Photograph: Keith Arkins

Monday Results: Aralez Pharmaceuticals. Indicators: Euro zone construction output (Jan). Tuesday Results: Mincon, Bellway, Frutarom, FedEx. I(...)

Dublin-listed engineering group Mincon manufactures rock-drilling hammers and bits for the mining and drilling industry. Photograph:  Stefan Sauer/EPA

Pre-tax profits at Dublin-listed engineering group Mincon jumped 26 per cent to €6.3 million in the first half of 2017 despite having to absorb a €500(...)

Growth in Mincon manufactured product was up 7 per cent to €56.3m while third- party sales increased by 13 per cent to just short of €20 million

Irish engineering group Mincon saw profits and turnover rise last year as commodity prices started to rebound. The Clare-based firm, which specialise(...)

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