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FCI Ireland to shed 240 jobs in Fermoy, Cork

23 January 2007 | Ireland | 3 Responses by paul savage.

FCI Ireland to close

via our buddies at finfacts (www.finfacts.com), FCI Ireland (www.fciconnect.com) has decided to shut up shop in Bandon Fermoy, Co. Cork. They’ve cited as their global restructuring plan as a reason to close the plan in Ireland.

FCI says its 13,500 (well now it will be 13,260) employees are committed to providing customers with high-quality, innovative products for a wide range of consumer and industrial applications. The plant is due to close up before the end of 2008, but 20 staff members will remain in customer support roles.
Bandon has been having a bad time lately, this comes only a few months after BUPA Ireland have come out and said that they are removing operations from Ireland.

So what’s with all these companies at the moment ? Is it the expansion of the EU that is offering them cheaper locations to operate or is it really a bad time for businesses ?

EDIT : Thanks to Niall for the correction, yes, it’s Fermoy, not Bandon, sorry for the mistake. At least someone is reading ! 😉

3 Responses

  1. Niall said on 23 Jan 2007 at 11:19 pm

    Was this not in Fermoy not Bandon?

  2. paul.savage said on 8 Feb 2007 at 12:12 pm

    thanks Niall… updated ! (actually we updated a while ago , and I just never posted it)

  3. Irish Job News : Pfizer axing 500 plus jobs in Cork said on 8 Feb 2007 at 12:20 pm

    […] First it was FCI in Fermoy and then it was Motorola in Mahon that were announcing they were reducing operations, now we have Pfizer (www.pfizer.ie) announcing lay-offs.  Today they have stated that 65 staff are being left go from their main plant in Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork. And there are plans to sell of their plant in Loughbeg and part of its operation in Little Island. This threatens a further 480 jobs. […]

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