Almac Group Actively recruiting in the North West

Almac Group is actively recruiting to fill another 20 new posts across their Information Systems, Clinical Services and Clinical Technologies teams based at the company’s facility in Northland Road Business Park, Derry/Londonderry.

The new positions cover a mixture of project management, software engineering, clinical supply and design management positions at all levels.  Experience of the pharmaceutical industry is not an essential requirement for these roles as full on-the-job training is provided.

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Almac Group plans $65M expansion to Souderton campus, more than 350 new jobs in Montgomery County
Philadelphia Business Journal

Almac Group is planning a $65 million, 100,000-square-foot expansion of its North American headquarters in Montgomery County that will significantly increase its manufacturing, packaging and storage capacity.

The Irish company provides research, development, packaging and other services to pharmaceutical and biotech companies around the globe developing drugs and undertaking clinical trials. It anticipates breaking ground on the addition in Souderton early next year.

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Commencement of Port of Cork Container Terminal operations in Ringaskiddy will enhance international
Cork Chamber

– Customs and regional infrastructure is vital to continued growth-

Cork Chamber are pleased to welcome the commencement of operations at the Port of Cork’s new €86m Container Terminal in Ringaskiddy tomorrow.

Commenting on the announcement, Paula Cogan, President, Cork Chamber said, “This significant moment for Cork will build upon the already strong trade links between the Port of Cork and the US, and ultimately bring some peace of mind in the context of the global supply-chain and international trade instability we are facing.”

“This strategic enhancement for our city region and country highlights the value of our marine infrastructure. It is now vital that the Government supports border and customs inspection infrastructure at the Port, alongside the enhanced delivery of M28 in order to facilitate this continued expansion, advance connectivity, and signal to investors the visionary and globally competitive nature of Cork.”