Dublin-headquartered pharma company Allergan is to invest €42 million in its Irish operations this year.
Allergan operates three facilities in Ireland. These include manufacturing operations at Clonshaugh, Dublin, and Westport, Co Mayo, as well as an international supply chain office in Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin.
The Westport and Clonshaugh facilities develop and manufacture a range of branded medicines primarily for the export market.
This year’s investment of €42 million across its Clonshaugh and Westport manufacturing operations will support increased manufacturing capabilities for some of Allergan’s key current and future products.
The investment in Westport will go towards adding additional capacity to its eye care manufacturing operations and the expansion of its ocular implant manufacturing facility.
Résumé en français
Allergan investira 42 millions d’euros en Irlane, en 2017, à Clonshaugh, Dublin, Westport, Co Mayo et Dublin.
Source de l’information
The Irish Times
Article: Pharma company Allergan to invest €42m in Irish operations.
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Sujet de l’image: Allergan – Siège social.
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Site web d’Allergan.