Aerospace component company is achieving lift-off

23rd June, 2019
Brian McKeon: set his sights higher

Dawnlough, the Galway-based precision engineering company, is on course to create 30 new jobs by mid-2021. Ongoing expansion will see floorspace at the firm’s Mervue facility grow from 20,000 square feet to 30,000 square feet at a cost of €5 million.

Dawnlough was set up in 1987 by Patrick McKeon as a tool-maker for the electrical and medical engineering sectors in the west. The company has since invested heavily in modern machine tool technology and design...

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