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140 new jobs for Limerick and Mayo

It comes after 300 jobs were announced for Limerick last week.

SOME 140 JOBS have been announced for Limerick and Mayo.

Technology company WP Engine is to create 100 jobs in Limerick with the establishment of a customer support hub.

The positions will come on stream over the next three years.

The technology support and innovation centre will cater for the IT company’s 50,000 customers across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Meanwhile, Fort Wayne Metals Ireland has announced 40 new jobs in Mayo as part of a €10 million expansion of its production operations in Castlebar.

The jobs are set to be rolled out over five years.

Last week, medical services and coding company Fazzi Healthcare Services announced plans to create 300 jobs in Limerick city over the next five years.

Read: A €500m investment yesterday and 300 jobs today – it’s been a good week so far for Limerick>

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