Posted on over 2 years ago by Laurentina Kennedy
Alter Pharma today officially inaugurated its new 48,000 sq. ft. Headquarters for its worldwide operations in Balbriggan, Co Dublin. The company also announced its plans to add 80 new jobs bringing total employment onsite to 120 by 2018. Alter Pharma CEO Pieter Van Rompay was joined by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor, and staff from its sister site in Belgium to officiate at the opening ceremony.
Founded in 2010, Alter Pharma has 5 companies based in Ireland including Generic Specialty Pharma (GSP) Ltd, Generic Pharma International Ltd, Steac Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Beta Active PI Pharma Ltd and Novalus Healthcare Ltd.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O'Connor T.D said "The pharma industry makes a huge contribution to the Irish economy in terms of jobs and manufacturing exports, and is one of the fastest growing sectors. I welcome Alter Pharma's continued commitment to Ireland and its decision to base its HQ here is great news for both Balbriggan and Ireland. This is a continued testament to Ireland’s skilled workforce and I'm delighted that this investment will bring a further 80 jobs to Ireland.”
CEO Pieter Van Rompay said “Opening our new €5 million euro facility underlines our commitment to Ireland and will allow for our rapid expansion plans. We look forward to continuing to grow our excellent team here to complement our product portfolio.”