Cormac Tagging has been awarded a Business All-Star for its efficient quality management system, customer service, integration of technology and its successful e-commerce website.
The All-Ireland Business Foundation is a national body which accredits best-in-class Irish businesses as Business All-Stars.
It operates off the belief that best-in-class companies should be clearly identifiable so consumers can purchase/transact with confidence from All-Star accredited businesses.
Businesses from all over the country attended a special ceremony in Croke Park on March 12th to receive their awards.
Having completed the rigorous six-step `adjudication process including a significant submission, interviews and mystery shopper rounds, Cormac Tagging has been accredited as a Business All-Star.
“A real sense of pride”
The Business All-Star accredited companies are recognised to be progressive, indigenous Irish businesses which meet the highest standards of verified performance, trust and customer centricity.
Speaking at the awards event, Ursula Kelly from Cormac Tagging said: “This is a very proud day for Cormac Tagging. To gain outside recognition of the work that is carried out within the company brings a real sense of pride to our team.”
“Farmers have always trusted us with their business over the last 30 years but this just adds an additional layer of trust and belief in the animal identification products and services that we provide.”
“We are grateful to the All-Ireland Business Foundation for the recognition of the work that is carried out in the Cormac Tagging and also to our team, our customers, without whom we wouldn’t exist’.
Cormac was established in 1985 with Cormac Tagging Ltd established as a separate company in 2005. Cormac Tagging has supplied Sheep, Goat and Pig Tags since 2001.
They are new entrants into the cattle tag market and have supplied over one million cattle tags to Irish dairy and beef farmers to date.
The firm said it is “exceptionally proud of its achievements within the Agri-Business sector” and will continue to innovate to meet the ever-increasing needs of Irish farmers.
The company is now also shortlisted to compete in the All-Ireland Enterprise Awards 2019 to be held in Croke Park at the All-Ireland Business Summit on May 2nd 2019.
Images via Cormac Tagging