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Glanbia Ingredients launches new trading platform

Published on 05 April 2020

Glanbia

Nui are pleased to announce the launch of a new 24/7 online trading platform for Glanbia Food Ingredients.

The platform was launched on 31 March 2020. Despite the difficult and unusual circumstances both Glanbia and Nui believed it best to push ahead to offer both Glanbia and their customers an alternative way of trading in this new world we’re living in. Glanbia’s initial launch has been met with widespread enthusiasm and activity. They completed their first trade on the platform within 48 hours of going live.

The platform is supported and powered by Nui.

For additional information about the launch see the release from Glanbia Direct.


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