Raising A Glass To New Jobs

Irish Distillers will soon create 60 jobs with a €100 million expansion of its plant at Midleton, Co Cork.

Thirty of the new jobs will be at the company's Midleton Distillery, with another 30 at its bottling plant at Fox and Geese in Dublin. They will be manufacturing and technical positions.

The company also said 250 construction jobs will also be created during the 15-month construction process, expected to start next year.


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