J.I.T Removals open new storage facility


1 February 2015, Dublin J.I.T Removals & Storage are proud to announce the opening of their new storage facility in Dublin.

The 1,500 sq ft. facility provides the company’s growing customer base with an alternative to high-cost solutions offered by local storage service competitors.

JIT RemovalsThe new storage facility is located in Cookstown Industrial Estate,Tallaght Dublin. An ideal solution for Dublin individuals in need of low-cost storage services as well as local businesses that require a safe, secure space to store company equipment.

Commenting on the launch of the upgraded facility, Jonathan Barretto said:

“We are pleased to be opening up a larger storage facility in Dublin. Upgrading allows us to keep storage prices low for our clients and ensures the safety of their personal belongings and commercial property.”

J.I.T Removals new storage services provide a cost effective alternative to expensive city- based storage facilities.

To find out more about our services, visit http://www.jit.ie/storage.html

About: J.I.T Removals has grown to offer customers low cost home moves and commercial removals and storage services for a growing customer base of home movers and businesses. In addition to storage, the company offers quality, stress free, local and national removals throughout Ireland.

Contact: To find out more, call 01 254 9077 Or use the online contact form on www.jit.ie

RSA School of Motoring's New Pricing Incentives Highlight Differences Among Driving Schools

driving-instructors-dublinRSA School of Motoring has launched three incentive programs, designed to help students easily achieve their driving test goals. The incentives represent a new combination of services, designed to facilitate student progress towards becoming skilled drivers who can pass the driving test. This serves not only to assist students with their goals, but also to separate RSA School of Motoring from other driving schools in Dublin.

"After having a poor experience with another school I finally found the right instructor for me. I really felt he cared about my success." - Anna, Tallaght

Part one of the new incentive structure involves the very necessary and helpful driving test routes, which are now offered for free when students book 5 or more lessons. For students who want to learn to drive and pass the test, test routes are an essential part the winning formula for success. The inclusion of the test routes in the 5-lesson package represents a significant change over previous pricing plans offered by the renowned driving school based out of Dublin. In the past, students chose from an a la cart menu of services, with test routes a popular option but not necessarily part of the basic package.

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24/7 Emergency Plumbers in Clondalkin

Clondalkin PlumbersWhen something goes wrong at home it can cause real problems. Last year I had terrible trouble with my boiler. It was an expensive affair and unfortunately wasn't a job that could be covered by my insurance. There is however a company whom I got speaking to the other day tht can help with everything from repair and fixing an emergency problems you have but can also help you through the process of making a claim essentially meaning you don't have to pay a penny.

I asked that company to share a little about themselves...enter Joe Doyle from Insurance Works.

InsuranceWorks.ie have many satisfied customers throughout Dublin. The main suburbs we cover are Clondalkin, Ballyfermot, Tallaght and Lucan including the surrounding areas. InsuranceWorks.ie specialise in Loss Assessor services, Plumbers Dublin, Glass Replacement and Roof Repairs Tallaght.

InsuranceWorks.ie was set up in 2004 and has quickly become reputed as the best when it came to

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Companies in Ireland can Create 13,000 Jobs

It is not surprising to know that companies in Ireland can actually create 13,000 job opportunities. This is if they focus on new markets, according to a recent report.

A survey was done on 151 Irish executives and the Accenture and The Economist Intelligence Unit drew up a conclusion that almost all companies those executives represent are expected to expand in the next few years as they target wealthier consumers located in Asia as well as other new markets.

The findings complement the changing consumer trends on the international level. Because of this, the results of the survey predict that there will be 10% increase of job opportunities in their firms, which is equivalent to 13,000 vacancies.

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