Set up a Textile Manufacturing Company in Ireland
Set up a Textile Manufacturing Company in IrelandUpdated on Friday 07th July 2017
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A textile manufacturing company in Ireland will require the issuance of special permits and licenses. The companies operating in the field of textile manufacturing in Ireland can associate in various trade unions, which can represent the interests of the firms on the local market. At the same time, the employees working in the textile manufacturing industry can enter in employee’s trade unions and our team of lawyers in Ireland can offer in-depth legal assistance on these procedures, as well as on the legal procedures for the registration of a business form.
Register an Irish textile manufacturing company
Foreign investors who want to open a company in Ireland as textile manufacturing business may start their operations under one of the legal entities available here. Any foreign businessmen is allowed to start their operations in Ireland as a sole trader, but for this type of business activity is recommended to register a limited liability company, which is a preferred business form chosen for incorporation.
The procedure of registering an Irish company starts at the Companies Registration Office (CRO), the main institution which gathers information on the legal entities operating in this country.
The first procedure that has to be completed when opening a textile manufacturing company refers to the registration of a trading name with the CRO, a step which can be completed on the website of the institution.
Later on, the investors will need to conclude the company’s statutory documents and to register for taxation. Our team of Irish lawyers can offer assistance on this matter and can represent the investors for other incorporation matters, such as obtaining the required permits.
Licenses for manufacturing companies in Ireland
When setting up a textile manufacturing company, the investors will need a business license, issued by the Environmental Protection Agency, following the provisions of the Environmental Protection Agency Act 1992.
It is also important to know that the field is very well represented for the following sub-domains:
• manufacture of textiles;
• manufacture of wearing apparel.
Businessmen interested in further details on the Irish textile manufacturing companies are invited to contact our law firm in Ireland for assistance.