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Pharma Company to create 70 jobs in Cork

Written by Robert McHugh, on 21st May 2019. Posted in Technology

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MEP Deirdre Clune has officially opened the new manufacturing facility for ILC Dover in Blarney Business Park, Cork today alongside ILC Dover CEO and President Fran DiNuzzo.  

The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility equipped with 10,500 sq ft of clean room capability will enable the global leader in flexible containment solutions for the pharma industry to meet sustained market demand for their packaging solutions. The expansion to the new facility has created 70 new jobs, with 30 of these roles already filled in recent months.

ILC Dover has been operational in Cork since 2007 at a site in Little Island. The company is now actively recruiting for the new facility, with upcoming and open roles in production and quality, materials management, engineering, operators and those with experience of cleanroom environments.

More than 30 roles are currently open with ILC Dover for people with various levels of experience from administrative to professional qualifications.

Speaking at the official opening, MEP Deirdre Clune said, "Innovation is in the DNA of ILC Dover which operates across a number of market sectors; from developing the spacesuits that enabled Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to walk on the moon to highly effective containment solutions for the pharmaceutical sector, the company has always driven breakthrough solutions. I am delighted to officially open the new manufacturing facility here in Cork today, and welcome the continued investment by ILC Dover in Cork."

ILC Dover President and CEO, Fran DiNuzzo added, "For more than a decade, ILC Dover has been based in Cork and our positive experience and engagement here has led to this new investment and our continued confidence in the Irish labour market."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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