Fifty New Jobs Announced For Mallow

Fifty new jobs are to be created by Mallow-based engineering firm EPS.

The company, which designs and manufactures products used in the construction of water and waste water treatment plants, have announced the jobs as part of a €3m expansion.

The company was founded more than 40 years ago and currently employs 340 people in Ireland, the UK and the Middle East.


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