Celebrating 20 Years


Store–All was founded by Liam Dalton and Eamonn McKenna in June 1993. In the intervening years we have developed into a wide-ranging logistics provider, which is now reflected under our new brand, Store–All Logistics.

Our focus is on 4 core business areas:- Warehousing, Transport, Order Fulfilment and Supply Chain Management.

We currently employ over 120 staff, across multiple locations, with over 800,000 sq ft of quality and bespoke warehousing.

A recent report showed that of the 120 largest manufacturing companies in Ireland, 8 are located in the South East region.

Store-All Logistics is delighted to be working with 7 of these prestigious entities. Our 2 first customers back in 1993 were Cow & Gate (now Danone) and Waterford Co-Op (now Glanbia), both of whom are still with us today!

Hosting of Waterford Chamber Business Event in Marine Point, Belview

Chamber Event

The Business Event, which we hosted at our Marine Point offices on Thursday 27th July, in conjunction with Waterford Chamber of Commerce, was a great success with almost 100 attending.

We were celebrating our 20th year in business, introducing our new branding, as well as launching our new website.

The event afforded us the opportunity to thank our many customers, and all who supported us, over the past 20 years.


Chamber Event

We were delighted to share the evening with the Waterford Chamber President, Nora Widger, and CEO, Nick Donnelly, who are pictured along with the guest speaker on the night, Padraig Keegan of Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Ltd, on the roof-top of Marine Point, overlooking the Port of Waterford and the Suir Estuary.

Check out our Gallery to see more photo's from the event.


Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Ltd (GII) Welcome to Belview


We were delighted that Padraig Keegan, Supply Chain Director at Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Ltd. took the time to attend our recent celebration, and spoke about their new milk processing plant at Belview. He outlined how their investment will impact the local economy, and how the removal of Milk Quotas at the end of 2014 will impact the agricultural and processing sectors. It is expected that there will be a 50% increase in milk production by the year 2020.

The new Glanbia Ingredients plant which is well under way at Belview will create 800 jobs over a 3 year period.


There will be significant local opportunities, both in product and service supply, as well as an additional €24 million livestock spend by the farming community in order to fulfil the milk supplies to the plant. According to Ernst and Young, the economic impact will be a significant €510 million for the region, something that is most welcome at this time.

We congratulate GII on their investment and wish them well with the entire project.


New Website Launched


Our website www.store-all.ie has just been re-branded and re-launched. It contains clear details and analysis of our 4 core services:- Warehousing, Transport, Order Fulfilment and Supply Chain Management.

Our new website incorporates a “client login” area to our Warehouse Management System (WMS) while it also provides access to our new range of brochures and gives details of any Special Offers which we provide from time to time.

Top 5 in TPN


Store-All Logistics have been ranked among the top five members of The Pallet Network (TPN). This rating is the result of a survey completed by all members of the Network, who are both competitors and colleagues.

We only joined the Network, which has 23 members throughout the country, in 2010 and we are especially pleased with this outcome.

Expanding Our Fleet

We are continuing to expand our transport fleet, the most recent additions being Double Deck Trailers.

Not only are these trailers cost effective in business terms, but they are also environmentally efficient. Double Deck Trailers are a key contributor towards Ireland`s commitment to reducing CO2 emissions towards 2020, and we are proud to be leading the way in this area.

AEO Recognition

We are delighted to have been recently awarded certification as an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) by Irish Revenue. This status is only awarded to a business which meets the following common criteria, AEO Recognition

  • appropriate and transparent record keeping,
  • customs compliance,
  • security and safety standards.

The certification is recognised throughout the EU, and in many other countries, including China, Japan, New Zealand, Canada and USA. The presentation was made by Orm Kenny, President of Waterford Chamber of Commerce, and was covered in both local and national media.

New Logo

As a transport and warehousing company, providing a wide range of other services in the logistics sector, we felt it necessary to update our logo and our overall branding. Significantly, we have decided to include a new and very important customer focused message: Listen -- Solve -- Deliver.
We are adopting this as our philosophy for the year ahead: New Logo

  • Listen to customers needs
  • Solve their logistics challenges
  • Deliver an exceptional service

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