Sunday July 12, 2020

Johnson & Johnson to invest €100m in Limerick plant

16th June, 2015
The construction phase will create 200 temporary jobs

Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, which operates as Vistakon in Ireland, has said it plans to invest more than €100 million in the expansion of its manufacturing operations at its site in the National Technology Park in Limerick.

It is expected that the 18 month construction phase will create 200 temporary positions.

Vistakon Ireland was established in Limerick in 1996 and is one of several Johnson & Johnson companies operating in Ireland. The company manufactures and markets...

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