Xsil review could hit Irish jobs

Xsil, a leading indigenous firm with more than 150 staff in Dublin, is reviewing all its operations in a move that could affect jobs in Ireland.

3rd February, 2007

Xsil, a leading indigenous firm with more than 150 staff in Dublin, is reviewing all its operations in a move that could affect jobs in Ireland.

Peter Conlon, the founder and chief executive of Xsil, said that he had appointed consultants to review the structure of the firm, which makes machines to cut silicon for semiconductor companies.

The firm is considering moving all its manufacturing to Asia and could also expand its research and development (R&D)...

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