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Abtran to create 130 new jobs in Cork after winning Sky contract

Recruitment will begin immediately for the new roles

1st February, 2016
Sky managing director JD Buckley, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and Abtran CEO Michael Fitzgerald at the announcement

Business process management firm Abtran is creating 300 new jobs in Cork after winning a contract with Sky to support its customer service operations.

Abtran, in which private equity fund Carlyle Cardinal Ireland took a controlling stake last year, already employs more than 2,000 people in Cork and Dublin, after announcing 100 new jobs last July. Sky provides pay-TV and broadband in Ireland and employs 900 people in its Dublin offices.

“As a growing business, our customer contact centres...

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