Established in 1974, O’Keeffe Sawmills is a leading supplier of wooden pallets, boxes, crates,
construction timber, timber decking, Shiplap, fence posts and rail. While pallet manufacturing has been its core business for more than 40 years, the company provides a range of products to the agricultural sector.
O’Keeffe Sawmills is a successful family-run firm which employs 18 full-time staff as well as a
number of part-time. Founder Gerry O’Keeffe is nowadays joined in the business by his sons
Bernard, Gerard and David, and brothers Martin and Joseph. The sawmills started out processing
timber for roofing, farm buildings and post and rail fencing before diversifying into manufacturing timber pallets, boxes and crates., O’Keeffe’s specialise in both standard and off-standard size pallets made to customer’s specifications, and also supplies new and reconditioned pallets. We are registered with the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) to manufacture and supply kiln dried, heat treated pallets suitable for export to the US, Canada, New Zealand and China. In addition, the company holds an FSC certificate.
O’Keeffe Sawmills produces a comprehensive range of quality potato and vegetable boxes to meet the demands of all sectors of the industry. Each box is manufactured with strength and longevity in mind and can be made to any size or specification.
O’Keeffe Sawmills has its own fleet of trucks and also uses outside hauliers to deliver products such as pallets, and fencing post and rails. Alternatively, they can be collected from the depot here in Lismore. Our company offers a range of post and rail fencing for a variety of uses around the farm, garden or paddock. Manufactured from sawn native Irish softwoods, the post and rail timber fencing is competitively priced, easy to erect, ages well and is secure against stock.
Premium quality animal bedding is also produced for use in the farming and equine sectors. The
high level of dryness of this material is revealed in its maximum absorbency and odour-neutralisation performance. The wood shavings come in baled form, while the sawdust is
supplied in bulk bags of various sizes