Wexford County Council has welcomed the recent announcement by Florida-based MTech Mobility (MTech) that the global leader in lifecycle and repair services for mobile and IT devices has leased a 1400m² facility at Ardcavan Business Park Wexford, to serve as its European base of operations.
Conveniently located from a logistic and staffing point of view, the modern facility, which formerly served as group support office of Sam McCauley Chemists is expected to create in excess of 25 jobs over the next three years, with job applications already invited via www.mtechmobility.com/mtech-europe.
The project, which is supported by the Irish government through IDA Ireland, is the latest in a series of welcome job announcements in County Wexford and it follows a period of significant and continued effort by both IDA Ireland and Wexford County Council to attract high quality jobs to the South East region.
Welcoming MTech to Wexford, Chief Executive of Wexford County Council Tom Enright described the announcement of 25 new jobs as very encouraging news for the county. “This welcome investment by global leader MTech demonstrates that, despite the considerable challenges facing our county, Wexford’s ability to attract Foreign Direct Investment continues to be very strong. It proves that we have the skills and the talent required for companies like MTech to set up here” said Mr. Enright.
Cathaoirleach of Wexford County Council, Councillor Ger Carthy added “The Council is delighted to have had the opportunity to support IDA Ireland in successfully attracting MTech to County Wexford and I congratulate all at IDA Ireland on this success. I also want to wish Jerry Whiston and all the team in Wexford every success and I can assure them of the full support of Wexford County Council as MTech establishes itself here in Wexford in the months ahead”.