New Galway Metal Improvement facility to create 20 jobs

24 Mar 2011108 Views

Metal Improvement Company, a subsidiary of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation has established a new facility in Galway, which will initially create 20 technical manufacturing jobs.

Metal Improvement Company provides highly engineered products and services to the Motion Control, Flow Control and Material Processing industries.

Minister of State at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation John Perry TD today performed the official opening of the new facility for Metal Improvement Company in Galway.

Minister Perry announced the creation of 20 jobs, and the possibility of additional 20-30 jobs planned by 2015.

This new Galway operation which is supported by IDA Ireland will initially support the increasing demand for specialist technical coatings required by medical device companies in Europe.

Minister Perry said at the opening today, “I am delighted to open this facility for Metal Improvement Company, which is expanding its international business from Ireland to support growing customer demand and develop its business in the EMEA region. Ireland offers a great place from which to do business with its ease of access to the EU, an increasingly competitive environment and a highly skilled and talented workforce.”

Ben Hayes, UK and Ireland Regional sales manager for Metal Improvement Company said, “The new operating facility in Galway will specialise in the application of Parylene PVD coatings typically used in the medical device, electronics and aerospace markets.  The company has many years experience in providing this type of high technology coating through our existing Parylene Coating Services Division in Texas U.S.A.  We are excited about our new facility and look forward to working closely with IDA Ireland, Irish Universities and the local business community as we expand our operation.”

Commenting on the announcement CEO, IDA Ireland Barry O’Leary said “Metal Improvement Company is a true global pioneer in materials coatings and treatments and will greatly add to the medical device infrastructure already operating from Ireland, by offering a specialised and technically advanced service to the EMEA market.”

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