100 New Jobs For Dun Laoghaire Pharmaceutical Plant

US pharmaceutical firm Amgen have announced a €150m expansion of its Dun Laoghaire plant and the creation of 100 new jobs.

The announcement comes almost a year after Amgen purchased the former Pfizer plant, resulting in the continuation of all 280 jobs at the site.

A further 350 jobs are expected to be created during the construction period, which will include a extension of the current building, a whole new production plan and major refurbishments to the plant overall.


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