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25 Jobs for Dundalk with Maxol

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25 Jobs for Dundalk with Maxol

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 

25 Jobs for Dundalk with Maxol

Forecourt convenience retailer Maxol is to employ at least 25 people at a new service station at Southend in Dundalk, Co Louth, involving an investment of around €2m.

Maxol Southend will incorporate a Maxol Mace convenience store within the forecourt and will also see the introduction in Co Louth of Maxol’s new café/deli concept Moreish.

The new Dundalk service station is due to open in August will bring the number of Maxol stations in Ireland to 234.

More information on Maxol including contact details can be found here.

In January the company announced a new partnership with Dundalk IT as part of the institute’s Global Student Project 2015.

The cross college collaboration project will see DKIT students join forces with students from universities in USA and Australia to develop a new mobile app for Moreish, Maxol’s new convenience food and café brand using digital communication facilities and on-line project management software.

Students will test the app among the student and staff base at DKIT, with the intention to expand its use across the 30 Moreish deli cafés that are expected to be open by the end of 2015. Potential built-in features of the app will include; food ordering, delivery, payment and a loyalty programme.

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