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Analog Devices BV

Founded in 1965 Analog Devices Inc. are world leaders in high performance signal processing and are synonymous with high performance and innovation among electronics manufacturers. Their diverse product portfolio covers Entertainment and Media, Industry and Aerospace, Medical Technology, Wireless and Automobiles Applications.

Analog Devices Inc. carries out the following operations in Ireland:

  • Research & Development
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Distribution
  • Manufacturing
  • Treasury



Bombardier Aerospace, Belfast is an integral part of the world’s third largest civil aircraft manufacturer which is a leader in the commercial and business aircraft markets. With some 5,000 employees and more than a century of aviation experience, Bombardier Belfast is the largest manufacturer in Northern Ireland and produces around 10 per cent of Northern Ireland’s manufacturing exports.


Carbery Group

Our  mission is to "provide consumers with market leading sports supplement products backed by science, natural heritage, unrivalled quality control and responsible marketing" and "to provide consumers with a cheese which had a different and more desirable flavour and texture than Cheddar"


Ceramicx Ireland Ltd

Ceramicx was set up in 1992 and in 1994 moved into its new premises in Ballydehob, Ireland on a site previously owned by Infrared Internationale.  The factory output is 98% exported. The company’s planned developments and expansion will include higher value jobs supported by increased levels of automation and know-how at our factory works. Over the past five years Ceramicx has invested in a large machinery shop, with CNC milling machines and metal cutting, shaping and finishing machinery to ensure the continuing independent manufacturing success of the company – with no dependence on outsourcing and full control of the innovation and materials used.


Crowley Carbon

Crowley Carbon was established in 2008 to deliver energy effiency products to the industrial sector in Europe.


DePuy Ireland

DePuy Ireland is a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest and most diverse healthcare corporation.The DePuy franchise has a well-established reputation as an innovator in new product development.  In the 1960s DePuy researchers were at the forefront of the concept of total hip replacement, a development which is largely responsible for shaping the modern day orthopaedic market.  DePuy’s products are primarily used by orthopaedic specialists and spinal neurosurgeons to treat patients with musculoskeletal conditions resulting from degenerative diseases, deformities, trauma and sports-related injuries. 
DePuy Ireland established a state of the art manufacturing facility in Ringaskiddy in 1997. The site predominately manufactures orthopaedic knee and hip replacement joints. In 2002, a global supply chain organisation was located at the Ringaskiddy site which takes responsibility for global demand and supply planning. Currently the company employs over 600 people in Cork.



EMC Corporation is the world’s leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organisations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information. EMC established a presence in Ireland in 1988 with its first manufacturing facility outside of North America in Ovens, Cork, followed by sales offices in Dublin (1990) and Belfast (2005). The Cork facility has become a multi-functional campus and the home of EMC’s International Operations. It has emerged as a leader in EMC’s initiative to develop and manufacture energy-efficient information infrastructure technologies and became an EMC Centre of Excellence (COE) in 2009. EMC now employs over 2,500 people in Ireland across all of its sites – including VMware, RSA, and Mozy.



Ireland is Intel’s centre of manufacturing excellence in Europe. Since 1989, Intel has invested US$7.5 billion turning 360 acres of the Collinstown Industrial Park into the most advanced industrial campus in Europe.



Pfizer is the world’s leading biopharmaceutical company with a diversified global health care portfolio that includes human and animal biologic and small molecule medicines and vaccines, as well as nutritional products and many of the world's best-known consumer products. Pfizer is one of Ireland's leading employers and the largest pharmaceutical sector investor and employer. One of the first pharmaceutical companies to locate in Ireland (1969), Pfizer has a rich heritage of innovation and expansion over a forty-year period. The business has almost 4,500 colleagues across 11 locations based in Cork, Dublin, Kildare and Limerick. Pfizer’s business interests in Ireland are diverse. There is a manufacturing presence in Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Solid Dose Pharmaceuticals, Sterile Injectibles, Nutritionals, Vaccines and Biopharmaceuticals; commercial Human Prescription, Animal Health and Consumer Health products businesses; Global Financial Services centre and a global Treasury operation. The Irish operations manufacture some of Pfizer’s best selling and newest medicines. Ireland is a leading manufacturing base for Pfizer globally, exporting to global markets. Total capital investment by the company in Ireland exceeds $7billion.


Rusal Aughinish

RUSAL Aughinish was built between 1978 and 1983 and is the largest alumina refinery in Europe.  The initial capacity was 800,000 tonnes/year; a series of expansion projects increased this to 1.9 million tonnes/year by 2011.

The plant uses the Bayer Process to convert bauxite to aluminium trihydrate, Al2O3.3H2O; this is then converted to alumina, calcining at 1000 deg C.  The process is energy-intensive, using fuel oil to generate steam and calcine the product plus a significant amount of electricity to drive mills, pumps, conveyors, etc.  Because energy accounts for almost 30% of operating cost Aughinish has invested heavily to install systems which improve heat recovery and energy efficiency.
The biggest single investment was a 150 MW Combined Heat & Power Plant (CHP) plant which entered service in 2006.  This delivers about 65% of the steam demand and after covering the power requirement it exports about 110 MW to the grid.  CHP uses gas, reducing the fuel oil usage and making a significant contribution to lowering Ireland’s CO2 emissions.
In 2011 Aughinish started converting the calciners from fuel oil to gas.  When complete this will further reduce CO2 emissions.
In 2004 Aughinish was the first Company in Ireland to introduce a structured Energy Management System based on the Danish Standard DS2403.


Xerox Corporation

You probably know us well for our leadership in document technology and services that include printers, multifunction devices, production publishing systems, managed print services and related software. We continue to build on this heritage of innovation today.