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Good news for Dublin: Cleaning company to create 50 new jobs

The company is expanding from its headquarters in Kilkenny, with plans to more than double its staff numbers.

SOME 50 NEW jobs have been announced today by cleaning company McCreery Contract Cleaning which has its head office in Kilkenny.

The company has expanded into Dublin and now intends to more than double its staff numbers at the new city centre base over the next two years.

McCreery Contract Cleaning was established in 2000 and has over 70 clients across the south east of the country and now in Dublin including offices, schools, banks, hospitals and hotels.

Initially, the company said it will focus on Dublin’s “high value homes with high security requirements”.

“There are so many working men and women who are time poor and cleaning their homes is simply not the best use of their time, which is why we have developed a bespoke cleaning services package for Dublin’s domestic cleaning market,” commented founder of the company Jennifer McCreery. “We are looking forward to a successful expansion into the Dublin market and recruiting and training new staff over the next two years.”

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