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Trinseo to create 130 jobs for Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 8th Oct 2021. Posted in General

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It was announced this week that Trinseo plans to establish its new Global Business Services function in Dublin city centre with a recruitment initiative to fill 130 jobs over the next six months. 
 
The global materials solutions provider and manufacturer of plastics and latex binders will take up residence across two floors at 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay in the city’s Docklands. Trinseo will open the doors to its new Ireland location in the Spring of 2022.
 
Trinseo has global administrative headquarters located in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, and global operating headquarters in Horgen, Switzerland, the company was established in 2010 and currently employs approximately 3,800 staff and has 26 manufacturing sites worldwide.
 
Welcoming the news, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar said, "I’m particularly happy to see the company is focusing on sustainability and the circular economy with this expansion. Ireland is now one of the most ambitious countries in the world on climate and it is crucial that we make the most of our resources and move away from single use. The company will find a rich talent pool in Dublin which will help grow their operations. I wish the team every success with their expansion plans."
 
Trinseo President & CEO, Frank Bozich added, "Ireland has become one of the leading locations for global business services and is home to some of the world’s top companies. The decision to locate our Global Business Services centre in Dublin’s Docklands represents a strategic move to take advantage of the opportunities afforded by a strong and diverse talent pool, a growing economy and continued global investment. While other cities were considered, Dublin came out on top. As a gateway destination to Europe, it’s a prime position to establish and grow our dedicated Global Business Services team."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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