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National Pen plans 250 new jobs for Dundalk

Dundalk and the county Louth area has seen a huge boost in IDA jobs with the numbers employed by the foreign companies having risen form 1,300 in 2009 to close to 4,000 currently.

National Pen has announced it will be creating 250 New Jobs in Dundalk as part of its expansion plans over the next 5 years. The announcement came as it celebrated its 30th Anniversary based in Dundalk.

Since its opening in Dundalk 30 years ago National Pen has grown to a milestone of over 1,000 employees between full-time and temporary staff.

National Pen is a worldwide leader in providing high value promotional products for businesses and professionals by providing expert knowledge and effective promotional products such as pens, magnets, calendars, mugs, tote bags and more.

Dundalk and the county Louth area has seen a huge boost in IDA jobs with the numbers employed by the foreign companies having risen form 1,300 in 2009 to close to 4,000 currently.

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