A number of the new jobs will be engineering roles at the global medical device engineering centre
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US pharmaceutical group Mallinckrodt is to create up to 45 new jobs at its global medical device engineering centre in Blanchardstown.

The jobs will be in the areas of product design, electro-mechanical engineering and software development.

Mallinckrodt develops, manufactures, markets and distributes specialty pharmaceutical products and therapies and has had a presence in Ireland for nearly 25 years. They have invested €95m in the new Blanchardstown centre with the assistance of the Department of Jobs, Enterpise and Innovaiton theough IDA Ireland.

“We are incredibly proud of our long-standing presence in Ireland, the investment we have made in the local community and our talented staff who embody quality, integrity and service every day,” said Mark Trudeau, president and chief executive of Mallinckrodt. “Our Dublin plant is one of the top-performing sites within Mallinckrodt, and a key growth driver as we continue to unlock our potential as a leading global specialty pharmaceuticals company.”

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US pharmaceutical group Mallinckrodt is to create up to 45 new jobs at its global medical device engineering centre in Blanchardstown. The jobs will be in the areas of product design, electro-mechanical engineering and software development. Mallinckrodt develops, manufactures, markets and distributes specialty pharmaceutical products and therapies and has had a...