Up to 70 new jobs are to be created at Merck’s Cork facility after two new R&D facilities were opened this week.
A new speciality membrane facility (SMF) and chromatography media facility (CMF) opened by pharmaceutical company Merck in Cork will see the creation of new jobs in the region, with up to 70 new roles expected “in the next 18 months”.
Based in Carrigtwohill, the closure of a similar facility in the US means that 90pc of the company’s entire membrane manufacturing, used as filtration for Merck’s products, will come form Cork, according to Martin McAuliffe, MD of the Cork operation.
Pharmaceutical-maker Alexion is weighing up Ireland for its next manufacturing investment.
Ireland is in the running for facilities which will produce the company’s new pipeline of drugs, according to one of the company’s most senior executives.
“We are planning where and how production for our pipeline of drugs will happen and Ireland is being considered,” said Alexion’s Julie O’Neill. “I don’t want to say too much as it is still early days”.
Alexion has already earmarked three quarters of a billion worth of investment for Ireland since arriving in 2013.
OPKO Health, a diversified healthcare company, today announced plans to create 200 highly skilled jobs in Waterford; over the next five years through expanding the EirGen Pharma facility in Westside Business Park in Waterford and establishing a new Product Development Centre in the Waterford Business and Technology Park. The company is locating in the IDA’s newly built Advance Technology Building (ATB) on the park.
EirGen Pharma was established in 2005 by two former IVAX Pharmaceuticals executives, Patsy Carney and Tom Brennan. EirGen focuses on the development and commercial supply of specialised oncology products for global markets.
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Eli Lilly and Company plans to develop cutting-edge technology for use in the manufacture of new wave of active pharmaceutical ingredients at Kinsale
The project will apply “Continuous Manufacturing Technology” to carry out the development and commercialisation of a number of Lilly’s small molecule pipeline products that are currently undergoing late-stage clinical trials.
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Amgen are currently involved in a GMP project to bring a large packaging facility to technical readiness.
The 3 new lines are for vials, syringes and cartridges.
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Medical technology company Alere is to triple the size of its operations in Galway, which will result in the creation of 40 new jobs.
The company’s Ballybrit operation oversees the processing and delivery of medical diagnostic tests, and already employs over 100 people.
Following its expansion, the company will manage more than 150 million tests at its Galway site.
The Galway centre already oversees the processing and delivery of Alere’s healthcare tests in Europe and the Middle East, and it will also add Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa to its portfolio.
Two businesses in Co Louth and Co Meath are investing over €5m and plan to create more than 30 jobs manufacturing the newest generation of containerised data centres for technology giants.
Dunleer-based Suretank, a manufacturer of specialist containers and equipment for the oil and gas industry, has joined forces with Stamullen-based Hanley Energy, a fast-growing SME that sponsors the Irish cricket team and offers energy management services and specialist data centre power-management products to clients.
24 new jobs are coming on stream for Gort, as a Platinum Composites announces plans to take on engineers and technical staff.
Platinum Composites is a new Irish designed and manufacturer of carbon fibre and glass composites for the renewable, aviation, automotive and marine industries.
Platinum Composites Softly Launch in Gort
Platinum Composites Launched its Galway composite manufacturing business in Gort in January. Platinum Composites launched softly with a six figure investment in the area creating 5 jobs already. Supported by Enterprise Ireland they are executing a business and development plan that will see them bring further customers and investment to the Kiltartan site with the creation of a further 24 jobs in 2016.
Technopath Clinical Diagnostics, the laboratory quality controls firm, has announced the creation of 60 new jobs over the next two years in Ballina, County Tipperary, while a new nursing home was opened on the Finglas Road, creating 140 jobs.
The jobs comes as part of a €5m investment in the firm that will see it treble its manufacturing capacity at its plant in Ballina.
The investment comes as the firm looks to meet international demand for its products, which are used in over 5,000 labs and 110 countries globally.
A new report shows just how transient the Irish workforce has become, with the vast majority of people looking to move around. A survey of 1,600 people employed in Ireland has found that a surprisingly high 70pc want to change
Chanelle Group the largest Irish-owned manufacturer of pharmaceuticals, will create 175 jobs in a major expansion of its operations.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced the new jobs during a visit to the company’s headquarters in Loughrea, Co Galway on Thursday.
Chanelle, which already employs 375 people, is making a €70 million investment that will double its production capacity and add to its research and development capabilities, as it looks to break into the US market for generic drugs.
Pharmaceutical research giant APC is to open its new headquarters in Cherrywood Business Park, Dublin, with the creation of 100 jobs.
Having been formed in 2011 by Prof Brian Glennon and Dr Mark Barrett from the school of chemical and bioprocess engineering in University College Dublin, APC officially opened its 6,000sqm premises at a launch this morning (15 February).
Aside from being the company’s headquarters, the building will also be APC’s highly-advanced process research facility for biopharmaceuticals in the processes of informatics and other advanced analytical means to help streamline the development of their medicines in various fields, including cancer and HIV.
MSD, one of the biggest pharma companies in Ireland, is creating 200 new jobs at its manufacturing sites in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary. Some 110 of the jobs will be based in Co Carlow, with 50 in Co Cork and
2016 is an exciting year for Irish Architecture.
With increased investment, both public & private, it is a chance to create new jobs and opportunities for Architects & Technologists.
It is a time when Architects and Technicians who left the country for the Middle East,
Asia and the UK can come home to dynamic & creative working environments, as practices grow to manage the influx of domestic & foreign projects.
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Medtronic plc, a global leader in medical technology, services and solutions, this week announced a new manufacturing facility in Galway, Ireland that will manufacture the market-leading IN.PACT® Admiral® drug-coated balloon (DCB) for the treatment of peripheral artery disease (PAD). The facility will have 20,000 square feet of space with 8,000 square feet dedicated to manufacturing and will cost approximately €13 million.
The decision to locate the new manufacturing facility in Galway is based on the existing high-tech capability and expertise at the site in drug-device combination products for Medtronic’s coronary business. Highly skilled professionals from other parts of the Medtronic organization, approximately 100, who specialize in the areas of quality and manufacturing engineering, supply chain and production management, will be stationed in the new facility.
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