The Engineering sector in Ireland is thriving with over 180 overseas companies generating €4.2 billion in exports annually across areas such as Industrial Products and Services, Aerospace, Automotive and Clean Tech. Indian companies Crompton Greaves and Deepak Fastners have established in Ireland.
The Engineering sector in Ireland has a long history of leading the way in development and design. An impressive 42% of companies and over 1,000 employees are involved in engineering research and development. In order to support this critical function, companies can engage with a number of research and technology centres that aid the development of new global products and processes.
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Ireland is the leading destination for pharmaceutical activity, 85+ biopharmaceutical companies call Ireland home, Ireland is the third largest exporter of pharmaceuticals globally and 50 FDA-approved manufacturing plants are located here.
Ireland has developed a global banking
reputation and is a recognised location for front,
middle and support activities, including operations
Ireland has a sophisticated fintech & payments ecosystem with
a deep pool of local expertise available. Many of the world’s leading
companies have a significant presence in Ireland, with activity spread
right across the sector including; Online Payments & Processing,
Digital Banking, Cross Border Payments, Payment Gateways,
Insurtech, Regtech and Blockchain.
Ireland is a global centre for servicing the insurance
industry with local expertise across the full range of
sub-sectors including Life, Non-Life, Specialty Insurance,
Reinsurance and Captive Insurance.
Everything you need to know about investing in Ireland in 2019 including information on economy, talent, tax, commercial property and more.
ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited celebrated its 30th Anniversary at its facility in Millstreet, Co. Cork.
ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited was founded in Millstreet Town, County Cork in 1988 as a manufacturing base of ALPS Customers in Europe. Today ALPS Electric (Ireland) Limited employs over 700 people in Millstreet Town. The Facility has 56,000 square feet of world class manufacturing space and including SMT, moulding, decorative parts painting and lasering marking capabilities.
IDA Ireland today welcomes Bank of America confirmation that it has chosen Dublin as the preferred location for its principal EU legal entities following the UK’s departure from the EU.
IDA Ireland today welcomed the announcement by Citi that Dublin has been chosen as one of a number of European locations for expansion as part of its Brexit response.
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