Carbery Group has appointed TJ Sullivan as its new chair.

Sullivan was the chair of Drinagh Co-op and had been part of its board since 2014.

A dairy farmer from the Beara peninsula in west Cork, he said he was “honoured” to be appointed as chair of Carbery.


“I am looking forward to working with my fellow board members and the management team, as we continue to diversify and grow the company for the benefit of our milk suppliers and shareholders,” Sullivan said.

He also paid tribute to outgoing Carbery chair Peter Fleming and commended him for his work both nationally and internationally in progressing the work of Carbery.

Paddy Ryan, the current chair of Lisavaird Co-op, has been appointed as the vice-chair of Carbery.

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