Leading Validation & Monitoring Solutions company Ellab today announced plans to expand its newly acquired operation in Cork, with the creation of 20 new positions. Ellab now has 2 offices in Ireland, one based in Bandon, Co. Cork and the other in Dunboyne in Co. Meath.
In the past twelve months, Ellab has acquired two Irish company’s – QualUs in Cork and Instrument Technology Ltd in Meath. These key strategic acquisitions will allow Ellab to expand its direct geographical presence in key markets and serve its customers through a much stronger localised platform and direct market presence.
Commenting on today’s announcement Ellab Ireland’s Director of Validation Service, Gerard Collins said “We have an excellent established team in both Cork and Meath delivering innovation and growth across our broad client base. With this new investment we now have the foundation from which to accelerate our cross-industry expansion. Currently we have a team of 25 high-quality staff in place and we expect to increase this with the addition of 20 staff over the next 3 years in our Cork and Meath operations.”
Ellab provides solutions for measuring, recording, monitoring and validating critical parameters of thermal processing. The company serves both small and large clients within the Life Sciences and Food industries and have solutions for almost all applications such as sterilisation, freeze drying, environmental chamber testing, warehouse mapping and pasteurisation.
Ellab is an international company with manufacturing, research and development facilities in Denmark. Our Validation and Monitoring Solutions are sold and supported through Ellab sales and service companies in 12 countries and by more than 60 distributors. With more than 70 years of experience, Ellab has around 400+ dedicated employees worldwide. Ellab improves the quality of life by contributing to building confidence in the food, pharmaceutical and medical device industries by providing solutions for recording, monitoring and validating critical parameters of thermal processing procedures.