The Tánaiste paid tribute to the "rapid global expansion" of Monaghan warehousing innovators 'Moffett Automated Storage'.
Leo Varadkar travelled to Clontibret earlier today, to officially open the company's recently completed head office, which will create 30 new jobs for Monaghan.
With a growing client list now spanning 10 countries, Mr Varadkar congratulated the local company on all it has achieved over the five years since its launch.
The business is the brainchild of Sam Moffett, who is the son of renowned engineer Robert Moffett, who founded the international Irish-headquartered forklift brand - Combilift.
The Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment said the company has gone from "strength to strength" due to its commitment to "constantly innovate" and look at how to do things better.
Speaking on the Joe Finnegan Show, Mr Varadkar added that it was encouraging to not only see a company create employment, but to also see Irish companies produce and export services abroad: