IDA Ireland

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IDA IrelandIndustrial Development Agency Ireland (also seen as IDA)
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And after a company is settled, IDA Ireland continues to communicate with them to help make sure being in Ireland continues to be a good fit for country and company alike.
Today's announcement and expansion project is supported by the Department of Jobs and Innovation through IDA Ireland.
"We have put in place measures to deliver on this, including doubling the number of trade missions, placing extra staff for Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland in overseas markets and tax incentives for firms.
Total employment at IDA client companies now stands at 161,112 people, the highest level in the history of IDA Ireland. The job performance took place against a particularly challenging European economic environment, but leaves IDA firmly on track to fulfill and exceed targets set under its Horizon 2020 strategy.
"We are pleased with the opportunity to develop this new manufacturing capability in Athlone and with the support being provided by IDA Ireland. The new operation will play an integral role in the growth of our global business going forward," said Catherine Burzik, KCI's president and CEO.
IDA Ireland is an autonomous state-supported company responsible for recruiting foreign investment to the country.
Irish commercial property investor Yew Grove REIT plc (LSE: YEW) has exchanged contracts to acquire land from the IDA Ireland adjacent to Yew Grove's advanced technology building, currently leased to KCI Manufacturing, the company said.
Phibro Animal Health Corporation announced plans to establish a biotech facility producing a range of innovative animal health vaccines on the IDA Ireland Finisklin Business Park in Sligo, creating up to 150 jobs over 5 years.
The British-based company is to build a 70,000sqft greenfield plant at IDA Ireland's site in the Mullagharlin area of the town.
The company added the members of the board of directors and employees were joined by the Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland, Enda Kenny TD and Barry O'Leary, CEO, Ireland's Industrial Development Authority (IDA Ireland), during the ceremony.
The roles at Yapstone's Drogheda headquarters will be created as part of a [euro]41million investment by the firm, which is being supported by IDA Ireland.