20/09/2013

US Firm To Create 200 Jobs In Dundalk

An American marketing and promotional products company are to create up to 200 jobs in Co Louth over the next five years, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has announced.

The announcement was made on Friday morning at firms international headquarters in Dundalk and will bring the company's total workforce up to 459 by 2017.

The company supplies marketing and promotional products to 19 countries outside of North America.

(MH/CD)

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