Breaking news: Barry Group to leave Stonehouse

Tom Shipsey, CEO of Stonehouse, thanked Jim Barry and all in Barrys for their "great dedication to Stonehouse"

"Barry Group has set itself a new strategic vision but looks forward to a continued relationship with Stonehouse on issues where we see the benefits of cooperation,” says MD Jim Barry

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29 November 2022 | 0

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Stonehouse Marketing Ltd. and Barry Group have announced that Barry Group is to leave Stonehouse as of 31 December 2022.

As a founding member of Stonehouse, the Barry Group has been a major contributor to the success and development of the group.

Established in early 2000, Stonehouse is the product of the merger between Keencost Centres (Ireland), trading since 1975, and the National Wholesale Groceries Alliance, established in 1961.  Ireland’s leading independent wholesale company, Stonehouse’s network has 24 member companies; all family-run businesses totalling 30 warehouses nationwide.

Tom Shipsey CEO of Stonehouse, thanked Barry Group for its “immense impact on Stonehouse”.

“On behalf of the Stonehouse family, I would like to thank Jim Barry and all in Barrys for their great dedication to Stonehouse,” he said. “Jim Barry has had an immense impact on Stonehouse. He has over the years given tirelessly for all the members of Stonehouse. He has become more than a colleague but a friend to me in that time and he and Barry Group will be missed. I would like to wish them well with their future development.”

Jim Barry, managing director of Barry Group also thanked the team in Stonehouse for their continual support.

“Now is the right time for Barry Group to embark on its future direction,” he said. “On behalf of all in Barry Group we would like to thank Stonehouse for their support over the years. I have made many friends in Stonehouse and wish all of them the best for the future. Barry Group has set itself a new strategic vision but looks forward to a continued relationship with Stonehouse on issues where we see the benefits of cooperation.”

 

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