Almac Group

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Turnover at Craigavon headquartered global pharma group Almac has grown to a record £548m

Almac, a Craigavon, Co Armagh-headquartered global pharma group, has grown its annual turnover to a record £548 million, newly released financial acco(...)

Almac Craigavon investment: (L-R) managing director Almac Clinical Services, Dr Robert Dunlop, Almac chief executive Alan Armstrong, and Graeme McBurney, managing director of Almac Pharma Services

Pharma group Almac plans to create 100 additional jobs in the North with the launch of a new cold store facility at its global headquarters in Craigav(...)

Almac is a privately owned company operating in Northern Ireland for almost 50 years

The Northern Ireland headquartered Almac Group has acquired a drug analytical company based in Athlone for what is understood to be a multi-million eu(...)

A sign campaigning against a hard Brexit, in Newry, Northern Ireland. A House of Commons committee heard UK firms were registering in Ireland as hedges “against worst-case scenarios”. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

British MPs have been told 100,000 firms in the UK have registered companies in Ireland since last year’s vote to leave the European Union. Stephen (...)

Martin Shanahan: “Almac’s decision to expand into Dundalk provides the company with certainty of access to the European Union in the long term”

Almac Group, a Northern Ireland-based contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing company, is making a multimillion euro investment in a new(...)

One-third of all funding to support business in the North by its economic development agency Invest NI between 2011 and 2014 went to Queen’s University Belfast, Ulster University and the UK government body responsible for boosting the film industry. Photograph: Alan Betson/the Irish Times

One-third of all funding to support business in the North by its economic development agency Invest NI between 2011 and 2014 went to Queen’s Universi(...)

   DUP pinister Arlene Foster and Alan Armstrong,   Almac Group chief executive. Almac  plans to create 180 new jobs in England as part of a £16 million investment programme.

The Craigavon headquartered Almac Group plans to create 180 new jobs in England as part of a £16 million investment programme to expand its operations(...)

 A still from Pajanimals produced by Sixteen South. Colin Williams, the founder and director of Sixteen South – a Belfast based children’s television company – has just won the Entrepreneur of the Year award in the 2014 Aer Lingus Viscount Awards.

Are you one of those people secretly nursing a brilliant business idea or invention that you have never been able to do anything about? If so here is(...)

Julie Davidson, Aer Lingus cabin crew, Doug Cookson, VP Corporate Marketing at Almac Group and  Andrea Hunter, business development manager at Aer Lingus.Almac was awarded Best Large Business and the Aer Lingus Viscount Award for Overall Excellence at the 2014 Viscount Awards.

Francess McDonnellThe Almac Group has scooped two awards including one for overall excellence in the 2014 Aer Lingus Viscount Awards which celebrate N(...)

According to Almac, one in eight women develops breast cancer, and most are diagnosed with early curable disease.

Almac, the Northern Ireland- headquartered pharmaceutical group, has signed a licensing deal with a California company, worth an initial $9 million, w(...)