Monday 17th December 2018

The Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council, Cllr Norma Foley, has warmly welcomed the announcement today that pharmaceutical company, Central Pharma, is to create 100 new jobs in Tralee.

Speaking at the announcement by the company and the IDA in Tralee this morning, Cllr Foley said this was wonderful news for the town and for Kerry and represents a significant employment and economic boost.

“The news that the IDA Advance Technology Building adjacent to the Institute of Technology Tralee at Dromtacker will now be home to 100 new jobs is hugely positive news for Kerry. The links which have been established between the company and IT Tralee are very important and have great potential.

“Kerry County Council has been working closely with the IDA and the government to attract a company to this facility and to help generate employment in Tralee. I am delighted that Central Pharma will be creating these new positions over the next five years.

“Tralee and Kerry offer companies wonderful facilities and a highly skilled workforce and today’s announcement will further enhance the reputation of the town and county as great places to invest and do business.

“I want to acknowledge the work being done by the Chief Executive of the IDA, Martin Shanahan, and the IDA Regional Manager, South West Region, Ray O’Connor and the focus which is being given to Kerry by the IDA.

“I wish the company well in the future and offer its new employees best wishes in the years ahead,” she said.

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