Amazon finally confirms reports it will open Irish fulfilment centre
Up to 500 jobs will be created at the large west Dublin facility, for which the company consistently sought exemptions to construction restrictions during the pandemic
Amazon has finally confirmed reports that it will open its first Irish fulfilment centre in west Dublin, in a move that will create up to 500 jobs in Ireland.
The e-commerce giant has already started recruiting for roles at the facility, located at Mountpark business centre at Baldonnell. It will open next spring and be the first site in Ireland where Amazon products are picked, packed and shipped to customers.
The move will help Amazon avoid...
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