McNally Logistics celebrate as MD reaches new heights


Adrian McNally at the summit of Mount Everest)

Adrian McNally, the founder and managing director of leading logistics and distribution company McNally Logistics in Navan, scaled unprecedented heights earlier this month when he became the first Meath man to climb Mount Everest.

Adrian made history at 1:15am on the morning of Friday, May 18th when he reached the summit of the world’s highest mountain, some 29,029 feet above sea level, becoming only the 48th Irish man to do so.

The 41-year-old Silverbridge, County Armagh native is accustomed to pushing his body to the limits, having previously completed a number of iron man challenges as well as the 3,000-mile Race Across America – the world’s toughest cycling race.

Incredibly, he trained for just a year before climbing Mount Everest (a daunting challenge which has claimed hundreds of lives), scaling peaks in Ireland and Scotland before spending two months in the Himalayas acclimatising and training

On Saturday night, June 2nd, at 8pm, there will be a special celebratory function at McNally Logistics’ Ardbraccan, Navan depot to mark Adrian’s remarkable feat.

Since its inception in 2013, McNally Logistics has grown from a small, two-truck operation into one of the leading logistics and distribution companies in the North East, running a fleet of ten Volvo and MAN trucks and 30 trailers - a mixture of curtainsiders, flats, low loaders and Euroliners,

Specialising in groupage, insulation and wide and abnormal loads throughout Ireland, the UK and continental Europe, and providing daily cross border services in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, McNally Logistics is at the cutting edge of its industry, providing and cost-effective Ireland and UK transport and haulage solutions.

The company is in rude health; so is its owner!