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Fifty jobs to go at Boston Scientific but boss says Irish staff are stellar

Medical device company Boston Scientific is to cut 50 jobs from its Galway plant. It is understood that management informed staff of the decision on Tuesday afternoon.

Delcath jobs ‘first of many’ says Nolan

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The recent announcement of 30 jobs at Delcath Systems is the first stage of a much larger plan for Galway according to local Labour TD Derek Nolan.

Galway jobs boost with BioWare’s new facility

There was good news on the jobs front for Galway this week with American company BioWare’s announcement of another 200 jobs at its new customer service centre in Galway.

US chemotherapy giant to make Galway its European HQ

ONE of the top pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the US is to set up its European headquarters in Galway, it was announced last evening in New York.

Global healthcare provider celebrates twenty years in Galway

Covidien, a leading global provider of healthcare products, celebrated its 20th anniversary in Galway this week.

Boston Scientific wins top engineers award

A Galway based company which is the world’s leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of less invasive medical devices, has won a major engineers award.

175 jobs to go at Boston Scientific in Galway

A spokesperson for Boston Scientific in Galway has confirmed today (Monday) that staff have been told of plans to reduce the workforce of 3,000 by up to 175 positions.

Full impact of 3,000 SAP job cuts on Galway plant still unclear

The impact of planned job cuts in German international business software company SAP on its Galway plant was unclear last evening as the company said it could not give a regional breakdown of the more than 3,000 jobs it plans to shed this year.

Fears for Celestica jobs as all staff are called in for night-time meeting

Workers at the Celestica plant in Parkmore were waiting to hear their fate last night as the company prepared to hold a general meeting with all 380 day and night shift staff in the facility. It was widely expected that the company, which announced cuts to working hours last week, was preparing to cut its Galway workforce in a bid to offset a fall in revenue.


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