Hovione

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Hovione helps pharmaceutical customers bring new and off-patent drugs to market, with operations in Ireland, Portugal, China and the US.

Contract manufacturer Hovione is to create up to 100 new jobs in Cork as part of a global €148 million expansion. The Portuguese company is expandin(...)

Companies signing up to the pledge commit to recording their entire carbon footprint. Photograph: iStock

Sixty of Ireland’s largest companies have publicly committed to setting carbon-reduction targets based on climate science. They are the first signato(...)

A massive back-end testing regime will be a crucial part of the State’s strategy to map the virus’s progression through the population. Photograph: iStockphoto

It was the second week in March when the HSE first contacted Dublin company, Aalto Bio Reagents. “We’ve got a real challenge here,” said an official. (...)

The N28 on the approach to Ringaskiddy, in Cork. A group of pharmaceutical companies has backed residents’ calls for an upgrade of the route to a  motorway to be diverted around Ringaskiddy village. File photograph: Google Street View

Pharmaceutical companies employing more than 5,000 people in the Cork Harbour area have come out in favour of a €220 million plan to upgrade the route(...)

Charlotte Cargin with her daughter Eliza protest outside a Bord Planala application for an incinerator by Indaver in Carragline, Cork. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Incinerators with up-to-date gas cleaning systems do not have a significant impact in terms of discharging ultrafine particles into the environment, (...)

 Dr John Fox, chief executive, Merrion Pharmaceuticals. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Merrion Pharmaceuticals has blamed foreign exchange weakness for a 4 per cent fall in revenues in the first half of the year.The Irish group’s revenue(...)

Merrion Pharmaceuticals chief executive John Fox. Photograph: Eric Luke

Merrion Pharma is back on the active list. The Elan spin-off which effectively went into hibernation during the recession has re-emerged this year un(...)

The Pfizer plant in Ringaskiddy: while yesterday’s announcement is good news, bolstering its production, it too is an old plant. Photograph: Provision

Pfizer was bullish yesterday in its hope for a sale of the Little Island plant – a move that would protect the 136 people working there. (...)