Medical devices firm to create 40 jobs in Tipperary

Irish medical devices firm Technopath to create 40 new jobs in their facility at Ballina, Co Tipperary, it was announced today.

The company, which will invest €3m in the project, makes products that monitor the quality of hospital laboratory blood tests.

In a move supported by Enterprise Ireland, the company will expand its quality control division, which manufactures products for a number of multinational in-vitro diagnostic companies.

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton described the announcement as great news for Tipperary and for the indigenous life sciences sector in Ireland.

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