Renaming of the H&W cranes

Two of Northern Ireland’s most iconic treasures, everyone’s favourite crisps and snacks brand, Tayto, and the legendary Harland and Wolff, have today (1st April) renamed the famous cranes ‘Cheese & Onion’.

Mr Tayto himself said he was more than #TaytoHappy to see the transformation: “There’s nothing that says Tayto Cheese & Onion quite as brightly as the new C&O cranes in Belfast, which can even be seen all the way from Tayto Castle in Tandragee on a clear, sunny day!”

Harland & Wolff Cranes


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