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Team Horizon are ready to keep delivering for your business

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Team Horizon deliver engineering, quality management and process excellence solutions to leading manufacturing organisations in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.

City seminar to discuss how much a public health system should pay for new drugs

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Recently published research, which looked at the cost thresholds for relatively expensive new drugs in the UK, and its relevance to Ireland's health system will be discussed at an event at NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday March 6)

Ballina Chamber is working hard for exporters

Ballina Chamber of Commerce is a key resource for local companies seeking to trade internationally or expand their operations overseas. The chamber is licensed to authorise official international trade documentation for foreign destinations that include Iran, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation, Botswana, and Ukraine.

Hays records three-fold increase in construction and property jobs in Connacht

One of Ireland’s leading recruiting experts, Hays, has reported a three-fold increase in the number of jobs on offer in the construction and property sector in Connacht during May 2014, when compared to May 2013. Quantity surveyors, senior building services design engineers (mechanical and electrical), project managers, and site engineers have been most sought after in recent months. The increase in demand for construction professionals experienced by Hays is also reflected in recent economic data, with Ulster Bank’s Construction Purchasing Managers Index for May 2014, reporting that its ‘May data re-affirms the recent view of a sector on the mend’.

Judge suggests ADHD is just a pharma creation

A youth accused of pepper-spraying a girl, and calling a garda “a queer” for refusing to fight him but arresting him instead, was given two future court dates this week (June 21) to deal with each of these incidents separately.

Baxter announcement sends shockwaves around Castlebar

The news that 110 jobs are to be shed by Baxter in Castlebar in the coming months, sent shockwaves through the town when news of the losses emerged late last weekend. The pharmaceutical company which has been in Castlebar since 1972 is one of the major employers in Castlebar and surrounding areas and this news will have come to a shock to hundreds of families in the county. Since the news there have been widespread calls from political and local groups for the Government to ensure that all is done to ensure there are no further job losses from the plant.

Claremorris native appointed new chief executive of Sightsavers Ireland

Sightsavers Ireland has announced the appointment of Michael Marren from Claremorris as its new chief executive. Michael will replace John Fleming who has taken up a new position with the Rehab Group following 10 years with the organisation. Michael has served as head of operations of Sightsavers Ireland for the past two years and will bring a wealth of commercial and management experience to the role, having previously spent many years in the financial sector. Michael is a passionate advocate for equal opportunities for people with disabilities and is committed to seeking support for fledgling states to establish and develop their health systems in order to tackle the causes of preventable blindness in the developing world, while continuing the organisation’s strong support for post-conflict countries, particularly in Africa.

Jobs boost for Monksland as pharma company acquires land

Ninety jobs are to come on-stream with the location of an international pharmaceutical company in Monksland.

Taoiseach announces 10 engineering jobs in Mayo company

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced the creation of 10 new jobs for Ireland’s engineering sector on Wednesday.

Taoiseach announces 10 engineering jobs in Mayo company

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced the creation of 10 new jobs for Ireland’s engineering sector on Wednesday.


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