100 new jobs are being created at Irish pharmaceutical company APC Ltd as they opened a new research facility in Cherrywood, Dublin today.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the company’s new headquarters and said:
“This new research centre is a vote of confidence in Ireland and enhances our reputation as a leading location for pharmaceutical research and development. It is also a shining example of how a thriving business can grown from a bright idea once the right conditions are created by the right Government policies.”
Jobs Minister Richard Bruton also welcomed the announcement:
“This is another vote of confidence for our pharma med tech sector. Today’s announcement is very welcome.
Enterprise Ireland provided R&D funding for APC’s team development, technology and international market access.”