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Seamus Reilly meetings Leo Varadkar
 
Mercury Business Unit Director Seamus Reilly meets with Irish Deputy Prime Minster Leo Varadkar at Trade Event in Berlin, Germany
Author: Evan O'Quigley  /  9th Sep, 2021  /  News

On Wednesday, 8th September 2021, Mercury Business Unit Director Seamus Reilly met with Irish Tánaiste (deputy prime minister) and incumbent Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar at a trade-focused lunch event in Berlin, Germany.

The event was hosted by the Embassy of Ireland in Berlin in association with Enterprise Ireland, Ireland’s state economic development agency focused on Irish businesses exporting products and services globally.

The lunch event was well attended by both Irish-based businesses operating across Germany as well as several large German companies exporting to Ireland. Mercury has extensive operations in Germany, currently delivering projects across Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg.

As an Irish-headquartered European general contractor, Mercury is currently operating in 15 global locations across the EMEA region, completing complex projects in sectors such as Data Centres, Semiconductor Facilities, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Building Services and more.

Seamus Reilly said of the event, “We’re delighted to be attending this excellent event today, meeting with an Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar, Enterprise Ireland and business leaders from many leading Irish and European companies. As an internationally-focused business, Mercury works alongside a global supply-chain to deliver projects for our key clients wherever they are expanding. We’ve had a well-established presence here in Germany for over a decade now, which continues to grow year on year. It is very positive to see that the Irish government continues to support our businesses and the economic development of both our countries”.

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Mercury is Europe’s most experienced Data Centre service provider. We go beyond to meet the challenges of the ever-growing Enterprise market. Over the last 20 years our highly skilled international teams have successfully delivered data centres for some of the world’s largest data centre companies. Our cutting-edge construction methods mean we consistently deliver highly complex and specialised turnkey services. We design, build, plan, construct and commission data centres using the highest levels of safety, quality and delivery. We then manage the maintenance of facilities post-construction.

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