Integrated solutions specialist EnerMech has officially opened its first facility in Ireland, creating approximately 170 jobs over the next three years.

The new jobs are the result of a €9.2 million investment in the company’s Irish operations.

The facility is located within the IDA Ireland Business and Technology Park in Athlone and has been in operation since last year.

Enterprise Minister Leo Varadkar was particularly pleased to welcome Enarmec to Athlone, calling the town “an excellent location choice for this major investment”.

“These 170 new jobs are a real boost and underscore Ireland’s growth as an international advanced manufacturing hub. EnerMech has a global presence in 23 countries and 50 years of It’s been an amazing experience,” says Tánaiste.

The company employs over 110 people locally, including five local apprentices participating in the Pipefitting Apprentice Scheme.

These numbers are expected to increase to a further 60 full-time jobs in the near future, including the recruitment of 10 more apprentices.

EnerMech Chief Executive Christian Brown said Thursday’s launch marks the end of the company’s successful first year in Ireland.

“Our new facility opens many doors for us as we aim to deliver more projects from this foundation and build on existing work across a diverse mix of end markets.

“This combination of healthy business advancements demonstrates that our multidisciplinary capabilities are being more widely recognized and valued in a whole new way.”

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