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maxon arrives in Ireland

Martin Leahy has joined maxon, the global designer and manufacturers of DC drives, as the primary sales engineer based in Ireland.


ARTeSYN Biosolutions to expand capabilities

ARTeSYN Biosolutions, the manufacturer of single-use solutions for biopharma processing, is to significantly expand its Waterford operations by adding 50 new roles in Production, Engineering, Customer Service and Research & Development ...


Hyster lift trucks refresh at Heineken

Six new Hyster electric lift trucks which feature special engineering to meet the demands of brewery operations have been provided to the Heineken Ireland site in Cork


Irish research makes implant breakthrough

Researchers from the National University of Ireland Galway (NUI Galway), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and AMBER, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research have announced a significant ...


Funding means new phase for PMTC

?The Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Centre at University of Limerick’s Bernal Institute is embarking on a ‘new phase’ after securing €5m ($5.5m) in funding.


Future Engineering Ireland to return to Dublin event

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has announced that Future Engineering Ireland (FEI) will once again be part of the National Supply Chain and Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition in Dublin in January 2020.


IMR signs strategic partnership with MTC

Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR) has signed a strategic partnership with The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC). This Anglo-Irish link-up aims to increase research, technology and skills transfer between the two countries.

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