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The Chicago-headquartered company, which is valued at over $1bn (€950m), opened the facility in Blanchardstown as part of its growing presence in Europe. Photo: Stock image/Depositphotos

The Chicago-headquartered company, which is valued at over $1bn (€950m), opened the facility in Blanchardstown as part of its growing presence in Europe. Photo: Stock image/Depositphotos

The Chicago-headquartered company, which is valued at over $1bn (€950m), opened the facility in Blanchardstown as part of its growing presence in Europe. Photo: Stock image/Depositphotos

ShipBob, a logistics tech company backed by Softbank, has opened a fulfilment centre (packing warehouse) in Dublin.

The Chicago-headquartered company, which is valued at over $1bn (€950m), opened the facility in Blanchardstown as part of its growing presence in Europe.


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