Irish-based drug developer ICON reported on Thursday its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year, 2016, showing that the fourth quarter net revenue grew 7.9% year on year to $435.1 million from $403.3 in 2015. This represented 8.4% constant currency growth and 4.2% constant dollar organic growth year on year. Income from operations in […]
Irish wastewater Aeration company, OxyMem, was named for the second time in the prestigious 2017 Global Cleantech list 100 in San Fransisco on Tuesday. OxyMem, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company and the only Irish company to make this list, is commercialising the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology, an innovative solution to reduce costs […]
On Stand 213 of this year’s National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Exhibition, Flowcrete UK will be showcasing specialist resin solutions that allow businesses to optimise the floor underfoot with finishes tailored to specific demands.
The exhibition, taking place at the Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin on January 31st, provides Ireland’s manufacturers with a space to learn about […]
The trend in Biopharmaceutical manufacturing is shifting away from large, single-product facilities to smaller-scale, flexible, multiproduct facilities. This in turn is leading to greater equipment changeover efforts between campaigns/batches and associated GMP documentation efforts required to manage and record that all activities have been completed successfully in compliance with corporate and regulatory requirements.
Manufacturers employ various […]
Manufacturers importing from outside the EU were asked to apply for a scheme that allows for tariffs to be dropped on raw materials, components and intermediate products that cannot be sourced in the EU, The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation announced on Sunday.
The tariff quota scheme is designed to address shortages in the availability […]
Genetics company IdentiGEN announced on Friday, November 25, that 20 graduate and post-graduate jobs will be created as the company expands its headquarters in Dublin. IdentiGEN intends to hire data scientists and biotechnologists to work on DNA testing of meat and seafood products at the company’s headquarters in Dublin.
IdentiGEN provides traceability of meat and seafood […]
Providence Resources announced on Thursday, November 24, that a Stena IceMAX drill ship had been contracted to drill an exploration well at the Druid and Drombeg sites, about 220 kilometers off the southwest coast of Ireland. The Stena IceMAX is a modern, harsh-environment, dual-derrick drill-ship designed to operate in water depths of up to 3 […]
FDT Consulting Engineers & Project Managers won the EnviroCom Award on Thursday, November 10, for engaging communities in environmental projects with less than 50 employees. Hosted by the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, the 10th EnviroCom awards saw 130 guests attend the awarding ceremony at the Royal Marine Hotel.
FDT were given the award in recognition for […]
The Board of the Sustainable Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Jim Gannon as CEO of the Authority. The appointment takes place with effect from 23rd May 2016 and Jim will lead the development and delivery of the Authority’s new five year strategy.
SEAI Chair, Ms Julie O’Neill said: “Jim […]
Kerry Food Group has said it is confident of delivering 6-10% growth after reporting in a 2.9% growth in business volumes in the first quarter.
The group which makes Dairygold, Dennys and Cheesestrings, said group trading profit was up 50 basis points, reflecting a 40 basic points improvement in its taste and nutrition business and a 20 basis […]
Ness Software Engineering Services (SES), a leading provider of software product engineering services, today revealed how it has contributed to the successful release of the latest versions of Alfresco One and Activiti by Alfresco Software, the leading open-source provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Business Process Management (BPM) solutions. Alfresco is enabling companies to […]
Pfizer has agreed not to go ahead with its proposed $160 billion merger with Dublin-based drugs manufacturer Allergan, in a major victory to US President Barack Obama’s drive to stop tax-dodging corporate mergers.
Pfizer’s board is reported to have voted last night to halt the merger with the Botox manufacturer.
While the new rules did not name Pfizer and Allergan, […]
Hines, a US property giant is in position to buy One Spencer Dock, Ireland’s largest single office investment on Dublin’s North Wall Quay. The property giant outbid two other investment companies with their offer of €240m.
If the sale does go ahead the new owners of One Spencer Dock will be able to bank on a […]
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, today said that despite disappointing preliminary growth figures for the third quarter, the economy will significantly outperform the rest of Europe and grow by a spectacular 5.7% this year. In 2014 the recovery finally reached the domestic economy. Unemployment is falling, investment is on the rise and the […]
450 delegates from food and drink businesses across the UK and Ireland attended the inaugural Sustainable Food & Beverage Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition, which was held at the Motor Cycle Museum, Birmingham on Thursday, 23rd of October 2014.
In line with the event’s theme of ‘sustainable growth for sustainable profits’, the speakers at the Conference were […]