Business Irish

Friday 18 October 2019

Over 100 new jobs announced for Dublin, Galway and Cork

Over 100 new jobs will be created over the next three years from four investors.

The employment will come from the technology and manufacturing sectors and will be based in Dublin, Galway and Cork.

Three companies have received funding through Enterprise Ireland and the full details will be announced by the Jobs Minister Richard Bruton later today.

Dublin based company Cubic Telecom which specialises in global connectivity will create more than 70 jobs.

Ten jobs will be created by VoiceSage, an automated customer service telecommunications firm.

In Galway, up to 34 jobs will be created between now and 2006 with a €2.4m iinvestment at Advant Medical.

Advant Medical, which is based in Parkmore Industrial Estate, provides contract manufacturing and packaging solutions for the minimal invasive vascular market and class III implantable products and related medical device market.

The investment is being supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through Enterprise Ireland.

It will see the company expand its production capabilities and move to higher value products and services to meet increasing demand for its products, allowing it expand its existing international markets and enter new markets. The expansion will bring total employment in Advant Medical to over 130.

CEO of Advant Medical, Bob DiPetrillo said the investment would allow the company to increase its international market share through device assembly and manufacturing capabilities.

All three companies have received funding through Enterprise Ireland and the full details will be announced by the Jobs Minister Richard Bruton later.

Elsewhere, Delicious, a gluten-free bakery based in Cork will create nine more jobs.

The Cork based company is expanding following a €175,000 investment

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