Limerick’s Kirby Engineering to create 300 jobs in expansion drive

 Kirby Group Engineering is to create 300 jobs as part of a significant expansion to meet demand for its services in Ireland and across Europe.

The family-founded, privately-owned company said the new jobs will include engineering, commercial, operations and administrative staff, with recruitment for many of these roles already under way.

Kirby has also announced a €2m plan to upgrade its company headquarters in Co Limerick. The construction phase of this expansion is projected to take six months, with the facility expected to be operational by the end of 2021.

The company, which was set up in 1964, employs over 1,200 people with 200 new employees joining the company last year.

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