Limerick Office will serve as European Hub for Leading Water Purification Company
Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton TD today announced that MECO, a leading manufacturer of engineered products for water purification, is to open its European headquarters in the National Technology Park in Limerick, creating 44 jobs. The development is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation through IDA Ireland.
The new office is a reflection of MECO’s mission to provide the most reliable and responsive service to customers across the globe. “Europe continues to enjoy positive growth in the biopharmaceutical markets and represents opportunities for our other focus industries,” said MECO’s President George Gsell. “Our fully staffed, strategically located office in Ireland will service our existing customers as well as support our planned expansion of new customers throughout Europe.”
Over the past 10 years MECO has grown its portfolio of drug manufacturers, oil and gas producers and food and beverage companies in Europe. They tap MECO for water purification systems that produce pure water critical to their operations. From highly purified water used for injectable drugs to potable water serving workforce on oil rigs to distilled water in bottles on grocery shelves, MECO’s sole focus is engineered products for water purification.
The company holds 27 patents for a variety of water purification technologies and continuously develops and enhances those technologies to meet the growing demands of industries they serve.
IDA Ireland’s CEO Martin Shanahan welcomed the opening, “We are excited that this leading water purification company has chosen Ireland as their business hub for Europe. This strategic move positions MECO for impressive growth in Ireland and throughout the rest of Europe. I look forward to MECO being a productive growth partner for Ireland’s biopharmaceutical, oil and gas, food and beverage and other industries they serve.”