IDA Ireland Annual Results 2022

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IDA Ireland Annual Results 2022

IDA Ireland Annual Results 2022.

Key Announcements for 2022
 Analog Devices. Limerick. Announced it will invest €100 million over the next three years in ADI Catalyst, a 100,000ft 2 custom-built facility, that will see the creation of 250 jobs.
 IBM. Dublin. Cork. Galway. Announced plans to hire 200 people across its operations in Ireland.
 Intel. Kildare. Announced a substantial further investment of €12 b in Ireland as part of its overall European plans. It brings to €30 b the total invested in Ireland since 1989
 Apple. Cork. Announced that is to further expand its operations in Cork with the addition of a new campus building that will afford it extra capacity to accommodate 1,300 employees.
 Ericsson. Westmeath. Announced its plans to hire 250 people at its Irish Research and Development Centre in Athlone.
 Kaseya. Louth. Announced plans to establish a new Centre of Excellence in Dundalk, creating 250 jobs over the next three years.
 Okta. Dublin. The leading independent identity and access management company opened a new office in Dublin’s Docklands, where it intends to create 200 new jobs by 2024.
 Dell. Cork. Officially open its €2 m newly redeveloped Customer Solution Centre at the company’s campus in Ovens, Co. Cork.
 Lilly. Limerick. Announced plans to invest more than €400 m in a brand-new manufacturing facility in Limerick, creating more than 300 jobs.
 Johnson & Johnson Vision. Limerick. Announced a €35 million investment in its facility in Limerick, with the potential to create up to 200 new jobs over the next three years.
 Workday. Dublin. Announced that it intends to create 1000 new jobs over the next two years at its European headquarters in Dublin.
 MarketStar. Dublin. The global leader in outsourced sales and B2B revenue acceleration announced a new location for its EMEA HQ in Dublin’s Central Park Business District, with plans to create up to 300 new jobs over the next three years, bringing its Dublin-based team to 500 by 2025.


 TikTok. Dublin. TikTok’s growth in Ireland continues with the news that it will hire an additional 1,000 new staff to its operations in Dublin. It brings to 3000 the number of people it will employ in Ireland

 VMware. Dublin. Announced it is extending its presence in Dublin with a commitment to recruit 205 new technologists by 2025
 Janssen. Cork. Announced the expansion of its biopharmaceutical supply chain facility in Ringaskiddy. The €150 m investment in the facility has the potential to create 180 new full- time jobs.
 MGS. Kildare. Announced expansion plans for its Leixlip plant in Kildare with a €7 m investment and 100 new jobs.
 Huawei. Dublin. Announced a €150 m investment and the creation of 200 new jobs as it plans to open its first European cloud hub in Dublin.
 Boston Scientific. Galway. Unveiled a new €100 m expansion of its operations at Ballybrit in Galway. This expansion is expected to enable 300+ jobs and includes more than 40,000ft 2 of medical device manufacturing space that will be powered by renewable energy.
 Merck. Cork. Announced it will invest approximately €440 m to increase membrane manufacturing capacity in Carrigtwohill and to build a new manufacturing facility at Blarney Business Park, both in Cork. The investment, which is the largest in a single site ever for Merck’s Life Sciences business sector will create more than 370 permanent jobs by the end of 2027.
 Medtronic. Galway. Celebrated 40 years at its Parkmore facility in Galway and announced 200 Research & Development roles.
 Stryker. Cork. Celebrated the official opening of the high-tech facility at Anngrove. The new 156,000-square-foot development creates capacity for 600 high-tech jobs in the future.
 Abbott. Kilkenny. Donegal. Announced it is to construct a new greenfield manufacturing facility in Kilkenny and further invest in its Donegal Diabetes Care site, representing a combined investment of €440 m and creating 1,000 jobs between the two sites.
 MSD. Carlow. Announced the creation of over 100 new jobs in Carlow as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to strengthening its manufacturing capabilities.
 Horizon Therapeutics plc. Waterford. Submitted a planning application to expand its development and manufacturing facility in Waterford. The planned facility is expected to create approximately 350 jobs over time.

 J&J Vision. Limerick. Announced the expansion of its existing facility in Plassey, Limerick. The €100 million investment has the potential to create 80 new jobs.
 Pfizer. Dublin. To invest over €1.2 bn at its Grange Castle facility.  This investment will see a new facility built on the site premises and will double the capacity for biological drug substance manufacturing at the facility and create 400 – 500 jobs.
 Citi. Dublin. Citi announced that it intends to create 300 new jobs for Ireland this year.
 Fidelity Investments. Dublin. Announced further expansion of its national footprint commencing a recruitment drive for 300 new fulltime positions for its team in Ireland.
 FinTrU. Donegal. Announced the establishment of a European Delivery Centre in Letterkenny and the creation of 300 jobs over the next five years.
 Waystone. Tipperary. Announced that it is to substantially increase its Ireland-based workforce by creating up to 100 additional new roles in Cashel, Co. Tipperary.
 Ultra Clean. Cavan. Announced the establishment of an Advanced Technology Cleaning Centre in Cavan, creating 100 jobs.
 Three Ireland. Limerick. Announced a strong expansion of its operations at its Limerick customer experience centre, with the creation of 175 new jobs over the next four years.
 Grifols. Dublin. Inaugurated a new albumin purification and filling plant at its global manufacturing and supply hub in Grange Castle, Dublin, creating 200 jobs.
 EnerMech. Westmeath. Officially opened its first facility in Ireland, creating approximately 170 jobs opportunities over the next three years

IDA Ireland Property Programme – Year End 2022
Under IDA’s Property Programme the regional building programme will see 19 Advanced Building
Solutions delivered in regional locations across Ireland during the lifetime of the strategy. The current status of this programme is that construction has been completed on four buildings: an Advance Technology Building (ATB) for Monaghan, an Advance Office Building (AOB) for Sligo, an Advance Building Solution (ABS) for Dundalk and the Advance Manufacturing Centre (AMC) in Limerick.


Four buildings are under construction at present, in Carlow (ABS), Limerick (ABS) and Waterford’s
third ABS and an AOB for Athlone. The Limerick ABS will be completed before the end of the year
with the remaining three due for completion in Q1 2023.

Other buildings under the programme, ABS for Sligo, Cavan, Galway, Letterkenny, Mullingar, Drogheda, Longford, Tralee, Oranmore and Castlebar, are in various stages of site identification, design, procurement and planning phases. IDA is also engaged with a number of local authorities for the delivery of advance planning permission in regional locations through partnership agreements.


In addition to these Advance Building Solutions and our existing business parks, IDA Ireland has acquired a number of landbanks for future development in counties Kildare, Westmeath, Kerry, Waterford, Laois, Cork, Galway and Louth.

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