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40 new jobs to be created in newly-formed E-drive Group

The company already employs 62 people in its offices in Waterford, Monaghan and London.

CEO Mervyn O’Callaghan
CEO Mervyn O’Callaghan

E-DRIVE SOLUTIONS, A company that provides driver safety and fleet solutions, is to create 40 news jobs over the next two years.

The news comes as part of a €1.3 million investment that will see the company merge with specialist branding company Universal Graphics, with the new entity being called E-drive Group.

The company already employs 62 people in its offices in Waterford, Monaghan and London, and a recruitment drive is already under way in order to fill the 40 new jobs which include full-time engineering positions, as well as full-time customer service, creative marketing, graphic design, and back-office support roles.

The CEO of E-drive Group, Mervyn O’Callaghan, said that the recent investment in technology and equipment had resulted in them being “the only accredited company to effectively deliver nationwide solutions of exceptional quality across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.”

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