Saturday June 6, 2020

Jazz Pharmaceuticals opens new €50 million facility near Athlone

The plant will employ up to 50 people within the next three years

2nd August, 2016
The Jazz facility is located in the Monksland industrial estate near Athlone. Picture: Shane O'Neill Photography

Jazz Pharmaceuticals has opened a new €50 million manufacturing and development facility in Co. Roscommon which will employ up to 50 people within the next three years.

“This new manufacturing and development facility is an investment in Ireland and also an investment in our growing global infrastructure, which will enable us to more closely oversee and control the process of bringing high quality products to patients," Jazz chairman and chief executive Bruce Cozadd said.


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