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Jobs boost for Shannon

One hundred jobs, over the next five years, are to be created by AMAX, a leading US company at Western Business Park in Shannon.

The AMAX Ireland location will serve as the European manufacturing facility for AMAX’s x86-based server and rack solutions as well as a logistics hub, joining AMAX’s headquarters in Fremont, California, as well as its multiple China facilities.

From left: Allen Lee, vice president of operations, AMEX showing a picture of hid granddaughter to Minister for Business & Employment, Ged Nash and Martin Shanahan, CEO IDA at the official opening of AMEX. Photograph by Brian Gavin Press 22
From left: Allen Lee, vice president of operations, AMEX showing a picture of his granddaughter to Minister for Business & Employment, Ged Nash and Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA at the official opening of AMEX. Photograph by Brian Gavin Press 22

The facility will provide a hundred jobs over the next five years in production, warehousing, finance and sales in the local community. The development is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland.

The facility was designed to parallel AMAX’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and production lines in its Silicon Valley headquarters, and will feature the same level of industry-leading engineering and automation, as well as the same comprehensive test processes to achieve the highest standard of quality.

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