Chanelle Pharma named Ireland’s Multinational Exporter of the Year 2019

Chanelle Pharma was named Ireland’s Multinational Exporter of the Year at the 2019 Export Industry Awards. The awards which were recently held in the Convention Centre in Dublin, is Ireland’s pinnacle event for recognising the remarkable achievements of companies working in the export industry in Ireland.

Chanelle Group rebrands to Chanelle Pharma

Chanelle Group has launched a new brand and will now be called Chanelle Pharma.  The new brand reflects the company’s success and continued growth in the human and animal healthcare sectors and will unify Chanelle’s existing entities including Chanelle Medical, Chanelle Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing, Chanelle Veterinary, Chanelle Animal Health UK and Chanelle Vet UK. 

Tánaiste Officially Opens Chanelle Group’s new Spot On manufacturing facility

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney, T.D., today officially opened a new €10 million manufacturing facility at Chanelle Group in Loughrea, Co. Galway.  The new 30,000 sq. ft. facility is Europe’s first dedicated Spot On manufacturing facility built to European and US quality standards.  Spot On is a topical treatment used globally to protect dogs and cats against harmful parasites.

Chanelle Pharma Changing up The Leading Trainer Award at the Galway Races for the first time in 33 Years

Chanelle Pharma, the long serving sponsors of the Leading Trainer award at the Galway Races have announced some significant changes in this year’s points system and prize allocation. The prize for the Leading Trainer competition which runs over all seven days of the Festival will now go to the trainer who registers the most wins over the seven days. In the event of a tie, placed horses will be taken into consideration. The new system replaces the old points system where points were awarded for first, second and third place.

Chanelle Wins Life Science Award at Deloitte Fast 50

Chanelle were delighted to win the Life Science Award at Deloitte Fast 50 on Friday night. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards rank Ireland’s fastest growing technology companies. The awards recognise those companies that have demonstrated exceptional growth in turnover during the last four years.

Winner of Chanelle Science Scholarship Award 2017 Announced

St Brigid’s Student Takes Home Highly Coveted Chanelle Science Scholarship Award 2017. Emily Egan from St Brigid’s College, Loughrea has taken home the Chanelle Science Scholarship top prize of €4,500 and a crystal trophy for her project entitled ‘Safe Musical Instruments’. Emily, a bag pipe enthusiast, investigated the use of UV light to kill fungi and bacteria in bagpipes in an attempt to prevent long term damage to lungs.