Profits rise to €17.2m at Becton Dickinson

23rd May, 2015

An Irish firm owned by global medical devices company Becton Dickinson saw its profits rise from €8.5 million to €17.2 million in 2014, accounts show.


Meanwhile, the company’s pension scheme fell from a surplus of €8.2 million to a deficit of €16.2 million.


Becton Dickinson and Company is based in Dun Laoghaire and saw its gross profit rise by just €2.5 million, the accounts show. That was based on a rise in gross profit...

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