AutoStore hires Business Development Manager Conor Mannion as a part of 2023 Irish expansion plans 

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World leader and award-winning high-density storage company, AutoStore System Limited, have introduced Conor Mannion as the company’s latest Business Development Manager who will be based in a new target market. 

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Following an uplift in business resources, Autostore has identified the need to further invest in its Global Development team to oversee the increasing demand for e-commerce solutions, focusing on an expansion into the Irish market with Conor’s support. 

As Business Development Manager, Conor will drive growth, create new business leads and opportunities as well as tackling the global strategy to implement more integration partners locally. Conor will play a part in growing expansion into the Irish market, focusing on partnership opportunities that will subsequently increase sales. 

James Smith Managing Director and Partner Management for UK & Ireland said, “this year we continue to witness an acceleration in business plans due to the ongoing demand for new eCommerce solutions, investment from pharmaceutical industries and grocery providers. We have identified the need for someone to oversee the growth in engineering across Ireland. With the arrival of our new Business Development Manager, Conor’s experience within Medical, Pharma, Automotive and FMCG logistic solutions will be incredibly beneficial for the business’s growth.”


Conor joins following 14 years of experience working in robotics and logistics applications with Japanese company, KEYENCE. Conor’s experience spans across manufacturing, managing safety issues and solutions management, as well as direct sales. 

Conor Mannion, Business Development Manager, said, ‘I’ll be the first AutoStore team member based and working in Ireland, and will be one of the first individuals to bring AutoStore’s solutions to the market locally, which is incredibly exciting. There are many international companies based in Ireland so the business opportunities are vast, and I’m looking forward to tapping into other markets through these connections.’

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