Regeneron to create hundreds of new jobs in Limerick

The biotech company, which already employs 1,200 staff in Limerick, set up in the city less than five years ago

27th January, 2019

Limerick is set to secure hundreds of new jobs, as biotech company Regeneron plans to invest more than €200 million in the city.

Regeneron, which already employs 1,200 staff in Limerick, set up in the city less than five years ago. Since then, the US company has invested more than €1 billion in the site, which is based at the former Dell plant in Raheen.

Its expansion plans will see an additional 240,000 square feet added...

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