Mayo County Council welcome Meissner to Mayo
Posted in Connect on February 1, 2019.
Today, Mayo County Council welcomed the announcement by IDA Ireland that Meissner Filtration Products are set to become the main tenant in the IDA’s Advanced Technology Building Castlebar, resulting in up to 150 jobs for Co Mayo over the next 5 years. This is a much-welcomed result of the ‘Invest in Mayo’ campaign, which was launched in February 2018.
Peter Hynes, CE of Mayo County Council said, “Together with the support of Mayo County Council, the IDA has significantly developed the foreign direct investment interest in the west of Ireland in recent years, the presence of leading international companies such as Allergan, Hollister, Baxter and Ballina Beverages in Mayo is testament to our joint efforts. Today’s announcement further deepens the IDA’s commitment to Co Mayo and we whole-heartedly welcome Meissner Filtration Products to their new home in the Advanced Technology Building in Castlebar. I know that the ‘will do’ attitude of the Mayo people will compliment Meissner’s excellent track record, helping them to earn further success into the future”
Cllr Blackie Gavin, Cathaoirleach Mayo County Council, said “Today’s announcement of the investment from Meissner Filtration Products is another landmark day for Castlebar. Demonstrating that we have the skills, infrastructure and talent available here to allow companies like Meissner to grow and embed their operations in the west of Ireland.
The state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Building is a magnificent building that greatly adds to Castlebar’s offering and with Meissner Filtration Products as the lead tenants the future looks bright for Castlebar.”Tags: Castlebar, IDA, Invest, Mayo, Meissner