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Anord Mardix to create 75 new jobs in Dundalk



Anord Mardix to create 75 new jobs in Dundalk

Anord Mardix’s D2, IDA Business & Technology Park, Dundalk. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

Anord’s D2 facility under construction.

Anord’s D1 facility in operation.

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Anord Mardix, a global leader in the critical power industry, is set to create 75 jobs in their new Dundalk facility, called D2. A wide variety of job positions will be available in a broad spectrum of disciplines, including electrical design engineers, project managers and general operators.

The D2 facility, which is being constructed over two phases, is now 50% operational for the assembly of its Switchgear products suite; which includes electrical switchboards that provide high power distribution to data centres.

The second phase of the facility is expected to be operational in Summer 2024, with further job opportunities to be created.

Anord’s D1 facility in operation.

Rachel Hughes, Senior HR Business Partner at Anord Mardix said: “We are delighted to be expanding our operation in Dundalk. With our new facility already partially operational, we are actively recruiting for a number of new roles. All open positions are advertised on our website. The second phase of our new facility is expected to open this summer. With our operation expanding significantly in the coming months, we are excited about the economic benefits for Dundalk and the surrounding communities.”

The new D2 facility, situated close to its sister site, is located on the IDA Business & Technology Park and boasts an impressive 11,150 sq. metre (120,000 sq. ft) production space.

The expansion of operations in Dundallk has been supported by a €27 million investment made by Anord Mardix, which includes the construction of D2 and upgrades to the original D1 facility.

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