Ireland's Pharma and Medtech sectors are set to expand over the coming years, creating at least 180 new jobs.
This follows the announcement of a €36 million investment in ground-breaking research and development projects at the DePuy Synthes Ireland Innovation Centre in Cork.
The five year project is supported by the Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation, through IDA Ireland. It will result in significant developments at the company’s Materials and Surface Technology Centre, including co-location with Johnson & Johnson’s 3D Printing Center of Excellence, creating 30 additional high-quality positions.
Since launching a decade ago, the Centre has accelerated innovative technologies and new product introductions for the company’s orthopaedic portfolio, driven by a diverse technical team. Projects will focus on advancing material science in 3D printing, coatings and surface treatments to meet future needs.
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Meissner Filtration Products also announced recently that it will expand manufacturing operations by establishing a facility in County Mayo, creating upwards of 150 jobs over the next 5 years.
In order to be operational in 2020, Meissner will take advantage of a brand new existing Advanced Technology Building constructed by the IDA in Castlebar.
Meissner enables pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing by providing advanced process solutions. Their team of experts provide support throughout the lifecycle of a client’s process, from design engineering, to implementation and validation services, through logistics assistance.
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The CareersPortal Team