700 new jobs as world hi-tech giant expands
Tanaiste and the minister announced employment growth in the western and central regions yesterday. . . A NEW 700-
Tanaiste and Mary Hani, minister of trade, business and employment, yesterday announced employment growth in the western and central regions.
Manufacturer Services Limited
One of the world\'s largest electronics manufacturing services companies, will build a new factory at the park more industrial base in Galway, employing 600 people.
The company focuses on the assembly of printed circuit boards at its plant in Garrycastle, aslon, which employs 300 employees.
Another 100 jobs will eventually bring MSL to more than 1,000 people in the country. About one-
The third of the new workers will be the third.
Fresh graduates in engineering and technology.
The rest of the work will be filled by the person holding the second position
Globally, the manufacturer\'s services provide outsourcing solutions to technology companies in the telecom, network, computer, industrial and medical markets.
MSL helps customers manage each stage of the product lifecycle through design to after-sales Manufacturing Servicesmarket support.
Founded in 1994, the company was founded by Kevin Melia, a Wicklow, who has worked as a senior manager at Digital.
Since its inception five years ago, MSL has grown rapidly with factories in the United States, Europe and the Far East.
The company currently earns nearly $1 bn and employs more than 5,000 people.
MS Hani said in a statement in Galway yesterday that Ireland\'s economic growth is a huge success.
\"Tony Boyle, head of MSL\'s business in Ireland, said there are the right skills and businesses --
Friendly environment helps to decide to expand business in aslon and Galway.
Also in Galway yesterday, Tanaiste announced the establishment of a £ 10 e-commerce center for Irish businesses.
Raise funds for Irish companies to do business on the e-network.
Meanwhile, Delhi is expected to create more than 500 jobs to develop a 40,000-square-foot international call center in Maydown, a waterside area.
In border areas, the EU has funded 377 projects designed to bring hundreds of jobs to promote peace and reconciliation, writes John Devin.
Selected business projects will receive up to 50 pc funding from the EU and up to 90 pc funding for cultural projects.
In Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Louth, Monaghan and Sligo and the corresponding northern counties, 580 jobs have been created.