27/09/2007

Enfer To Create 120 Jobs In Naas

Kildare-based company Enfer has announced plans to create 120 new jobs.

It will more than double the current workforce, bringing the total employed to nearly 250.

The jobs will be based at the company's new headquarters in the M7 Business Park in Naas.

The Enfer Group was founded in 1990 and is a world leader in food safety diagnostics.

(LC/KMcA)


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