Wednesday February 26, 2020

SouthWestern to invest €3.5m in R&D

Cork company SouthWestern will create 150 new jobs over three years on the back of plans to invest €3.5 million in research and development.

11th June, 2011

Cork company SouthWestern will create 150 new jobs over three years on the back of plans to invest €3.5 million in research and development.

The company made the announcement last Thursday at its headquarters in Clonakilty in West Cork.

Established in 2003 as a unit of agricultural co-operative SWS, SouthWestern is owned by Dublin finance house Ion Equity, which acquired the firm five years ago when it bought the overall SWS business for €110 million.

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