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Amgen stall for 2 years with 1.1k Jobs in Cork

4 April 2007 | Ireland | 1 Response by paul savage.

Amgen (www.amgen.com) yesterday* said that they have rescheduled the building of their new plant in Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork for up to two years. The plant is now planned to be in production in 2012. After a global review of the companies operations. They reiterated that they are still planning to follow through on their €820 million investment in the project, that they committed to in 2006. The change in timeline is to allow them produce ‘a more efficient product‘. Amgen, who currently employ 130 workers at their plant in Cork, are a US bio-pharmaceutical company.

Amgen International

What is it with Cork and jobs recently ?

* sorry we are a bit late with the news, but it’s hard to keep on top of things.

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  1. Amgen Cancel Irish Plans | Irish Job News - News on Jobs for Ireland said on 3 Oct 2007 at 7:34 pm

    […] you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Back in April we reported that Amgen (www.amgen.com) had rescheduled plans for their expansion in Cork. Then they announced […]

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