Medical-device manufacturer Advant Medical is set to invest €2.4m in a major development programme at its Galway plant, with the company planning to create 34 jobs over the next three years. The investment is supported by Enterprise Ireland and the expansion will bring total employment at Advant Medical to more than 130 people. Based in Parkmore Industrial Estate in Galway, Advant Medical produces medical-device products for the minimum invasive vascular, Class III implantable devices and other medical markets. Its customers include some of the world's largest original equipment manufacturers. Advant Medical's products are established across 25 international markets, including the US, Mexico, Italy, Germany, France and India.
Fifty new jobs have been announced this morning at Aer Arann. The airline says it is planning to boost its workforce by 15% over the next year and double its annual passenger numbers to over two million by 2018. The positions will be in a variety of areas such as flight and cabin crew, engineering and support roles. Recruitment for the jobs, which will be based at the airline’s headquarters in Dublin and in Dublin Airport, is underway, bringing the company’s overall staff numbers to 370. Aer Arann also unveiled eight new aircraft this morning.
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Cubic Telecom, a company specialising in global mobile connectivity, will create more than 70 new jobs over the next three years as part of an investment by Enterprise Ireland, supported by the Department of Jobs,Enterprise and Innovation. The company has secured a total of $5.2 million in funding from Enterprise Ireland, Qualcomm Incorporated, ACT Venture Capital and TPS Investments. It said it would use the funds to further expand its operations globally and continue to invest in its software platform and mobile network. Cublic Telecom is headquartered in Dublin and has offices in the US.
Opel Ireland has announced a further expansion to its network with four new car dealerships in Limerick, Offaly, Carlow and Kildare. A total of 20 new jobs will be created with Hinchy’s in Limerick and six new jobs with the O’Brien Group in Tullamore, Co Offaly. Meanwhile a further 44 jobs will be secured with the appointment of Fitzpatrick’s Garages in Carlow and Naas.
Dublin is to benefit from a jobs boost today, with the creation of 25 new jobs. Overseas sales consultancy firm, Extra Sales, which specialises in selling Irish owned overseas properties is expanding it's operations over the next two year's. Six positions will be filled immediately ranging from administration to sales management roles across a variety of countries including China, Bulgaria, Turkey, Spain and Russian.
Software and telecoms provider Asidua has revealed plans to create 16 new jobs, more than doubling the company’s headcount. New expansion plans will see Asidua grow its Dublin office, as well as offer its application and data integration services and solutions based on its customer contact platform and platform for policing. The company has deployed services based on this software for major clients, including BT, Milton Keynes Council, London Borough of Harrow, Chorley Council, a major UK police constabulary, as well as an international mobile phone operator.
Convenience and fuel retailer Topaz is investing €3m in its service station at Dublin airport, which will involve the employment of 100 people during the construction phase and 20 people full time once it’s open. Work on the new 100 sq m flagship site will begin later this month and it’s expected to be completed by September.
Thomas Mastaglio, managing director of the Mymic Global computer technology company, yesterday said the company will set up in the former premises of the Valentia Island Cable Company, with the immediate creation of five jobs. The US-based multinational provides safety training software products for maritimeindustries and plans to move into the offshore wind and wave energy areas. The IDA is grant-aiding the project, which plans to have a 22-strong workforce in Valentia by 2016.
The company, which is a subsidiary of Fane Valley Co-operative Society, sources and produces beef and lamb. A total of 179 new posts, including managerial and production roles, have been created. The expansion of the workforce comes two years after the company built a new facility adjacent to its main processing site at Granville. "The 179 new production and managerial positions, to be created in Dungannon with support from the Jobs Fund, will generate over £2.5m annually in additional salaries,"