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An Apple-affiliated company is bringing 134 jobs to Limerick

Trusource Labs provides services to companies that use Apple products.

Image: Facebook/TrusourceLabs

A TEXAS-BASED company that specialises in providing support to companies that use Apple devices is to create 134 jobs in Limerick.

The jobs at Trusource Labs will come on stream over the next three years as the company sets up a new international operations centre in the south-west.

In providing support for corporate Apple users, Trusource Labs is a member of the Apple Consultants Network and employs 600 people in the US.

The company has yet to give details about the type of jobs on offer but its co-founder Alton Martin said this morning that they will be related to “customer experience”.

“We are enthusiastic to bring our innovative customer experience model to Ireland. It is our first step in a larger global growth plan and we are grateful for IDA’s partnership and support,” he said.

As Martin mentions, the jobs were supported by the IDA, with CEO Martin Shanahan describing Trusource’s decision to go to Limerick as “a valuable reference case for IDA in attracting similar high growth technology companies to the region.”

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor also said that the decision of the country to set up in Limerick demonstrated the government’s commitment to “job creation right across the country.”

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