Doosan Bobcat takes up new ten-year lease at Swords Business Campus

The US engineering and construction machinery manufacturer cites the business park’s proximity to Dublin Airport and good-quality facilities as reasons for basing its activity there

6th June, 2021
Doosan Bobcat takes up new ten-year lease at Swords Business Campus
Swords Business Campus has been a major beneficiary of the move to lower density suburban space where staff have ample indoor and outdoor recreational space

Doosan Bobcat, the market-leading US engineering and construction machinery manufacturer, has taken 930 square metres of space at Swords Business Campus on a new ten-year lease.

The company, which had been looking for new space in North Dublin, chose Swords Business Campus because it offered high-quality office accommodation in a highly accessible location with a picturesque campus environment, all at a competitive rent.

David Guerra, Doosan Bobcat’s HR governance director, said: “With our employees commuting from...

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