J&J Expands Biomanufacturing Site in Ireland

By Emily Forster -

October 10, 2019

Janssen Sciences Ireland, part of Johnson & Johnson, has opened a new 19,100-square-meter building for biomanufacturing in Ringaskiddy, County Cork, Ireland. The company has operated a biopharmaceutical supply chain facility on its 40-hectare site in Ringaskiddy since 2005.

The expansion of the biomanufacturing site increases the company’s production capacity and creates 200 new full-time jobs. Approximately 450 people were employed on site during the two-year construction project.

Source: IDA Ireland