Grange Castle

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President and CEO of Takeda Christophe Weber  at the official opening of Takeda Ireland’s new cutting-edge manufacturing facility at its Grange Castle site in Dublin. Photograph:   Jason Clarke

Christophe Weber is not afraid of bold moves. He was the first foreigner to lead Japan’s top pharmaceutical company, Takeda, when he was appointed in (...)

Takeda   has invested €40 million at Grange Castle to build a new plant . Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Investing in specialist waste management facilities would strengthen Ireland’s hand in attracting more foreign investment, a global pharmaceuticals ch(...)

Takeda chief executive Christophe Weber with Mary Buckley, IDA Ireland executive dIrector (centre),  and Minister for Employment Affairs Regina Doherty at the official opening of Takeda Ireland’s new cancer drug manufacturing facility at Grange Castle in Dublin.  Photograph: Jason Clarke.

Japanese pharma group Takeda opened a new state-of-the-art cancer drug manufacturing plant in Dublin on Friday. The €40 million plant will be used to(...)

Paul Reid,  MD of Pfizer Pharmacy. Photograph: Alan Betson

It might have been a very different interview. This time last year, pharmaceuticals giant Pfizer was in discussion with rival Allergan in a move that (...)

Pfizer had expected cholesterol drug bococizumab to deliver sales of almost $1 billion a year. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

Pfizer has cancelled a planned €400 million expansion of its Grange Castle plant in Dublin, a development which would have led to permanent employment(...)

Pfizer: has spiked plans to  expand the  Grange Castle site. Photograph:  Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Pfizer was once synonymous with the treatment of cholesterol. Its Lipitor drug was, for years, the best selling medicine in the world. However, Lipit(...)

Pfizer plans to build a five-storey biopharma manufacturing unit in two phases, adding more than 34,500sq m to its current footprint on what is already one of the largest biotechnology plants in the world. Photograph:   Andrew Kelly/Reuters

Pfizer will create up to 350 new jobs with its latest multimillion euro expansion of its Grange Castle Campus in Dublin. The US company is looking to(...)

The Grange Castle plant produces some of Pfizer’s biggest drugs, including the arthritis blockbuster Enbrel and the vaccine Prevenar,  used in children to prevent pneumococcal infections. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Pharma giant Pfizer expects to submit plans for a major expansion of its Grange Castle plant this week that is likely to see several hundred jobs cre(...)