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European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has signed a new vaccine supply contract with Pfizer that commits to sourcing key vaccine components within the EU. Photograph: Julien Warnand

Pfizer must manufacture vaccines and source ingredients within the European Union under a new contract signed with the European Commission for 1.8 bil(...)

The Grange Castle plant, originally built by Wyeth before it merged with Pfizer, is state-of-the-art and has plenty of space for expansion. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Pfizer’s announcement that it will build a new vaccines business at its Grange Castle plant in Dublin is that rarity – unadulterated good news. Alongs(...)

Pfizer’s Irish plant at Grange Castle is among those under consideration as the company plans to expand its Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing network. Photograph:  Patrick Fallon/AFP via Getty Images

Pfizer is to start producing supplies of its Covid-19 vaccine from its Grange Castle plant in Dublin as part of a new $40 million investment locally, (...)

Pharma giant Pfizer has begun offering its own staff access to the Covid-19 vaccine the company developed with German company BioNTech. Photograph: Stephanie Lecocq

Moderna started shipping the first supplies of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe on Monday. The company, which secured EU approval for its vaccine last(...)

  Pfizer and BioNTech said  their experimental Covid-19 vaccine  protected 95 per cent of people against the disease. Photograph:   Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images

After a year of unutterable misery, the news on the prospects for Covid-19 vaccines just gets better and better. And Ireland will be playing a part i(...)

Pharma giant Pfizer has announced a €300 million investment in Ireland which will see jobs added at three of its plants here. Photograph:  Dominick Reuter/AFP via Getty Images

Pharma giant Pfizer has announced a €300 million investment in Ireland which will see jobs added at three of its plants. The company said it would be(...)

Paul Reid of Pfizer is taking over as head of industry body Ipha. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

“What we want to do is correct the innovation paradox...” It’s a bad start to an interview and a raised eyebrow persuades Paul Reid to explain the man(...)

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy Takeda’s state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed

Pharma giant MSD has agreed to buy a state-of-the-art biologics plant in Dunboyne, Co Meath, where around 200 workers are currently employed. The dea(...)

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(...)

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